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ISO. 17 — NINETIETH YEAH 

Bomb Touches Oil 

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Melee III Haifa 

Fatal to 41 Jews 

Battle Ra«es Through Refinery 

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After Waiting Arabs Attacked 

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JERUSALEM, Dec. 30 </P). — A bomb tossed outside a 
Haifa oil refinery today killed six Arabs and touched off a 
wild battle inside the refinery in which enraged Arab 
workers hammered and stabbed to death 41 Jews in the 
biggest blood-letting since the United Nations decision on 

partition. 400 workers. Cries of the 

The wounded Included 42 Arabt wounded end the angry shouts ofj 
*nd seven Jew*. the Arabs rose over the port area 

In addition to the melee that the bottle raged 
raged through the tangled pipe* Red-bereted SUi Airborne troope. 
and still* of the refinery other veteran* of Arnhem and the Rhine, 
Palestine violence raised the death ' *tnrmed into the sprawling refinery 
toll for the day to 52 The un- buttlefleld and succeeded eventually 
official death count alnce the > n restoring order. 

November 29 partition decision The attackers who hurled the 
mounted to 482 Tot the entire bomb bed In the taxi under their 
Middle East the toll was 603. nwT ‘ Protective gunfire. 

A J.wtoh ftource «Ud Irgtin 

L-uml, J..U1, u„dr, .round ,rouu »'='nroon lllledth^BrlmhpoUo.. , 

burled the bomb Irom . Je.uh ull “ ld °“ *» 

bdn . IIh of 100 Ar.ht walling our- I rr .hich bWl from 

«de Ih, empla.mrnr .Or. of the ’ h * "f ‘"f 2""* * U 

Cnn.olld.led Refinery, .hlch u N..I,m.lnWe 0«4«r ot Oelh- 

owned Icin’ iv bv the Bh*U and ,rmBne durln * * funpral Procession 
. . „ headed toward the Mount of Olives 

A short time later a hand grenade 
Irgun also made the bomb stuck klllpd tao pc >llc «. mr . n M lhpy walked 
Monday at Damascus Gate In , n the j PwUh quartpr 
Jerusalem that resulted In the death <rwo ArabB 

were killed during the 

of 15 persons. Including 12 Araha. day ln tnfUJ( . nU ou , aide Halfa onf 

When word of today's bomb at- a woman accidentally shot by fellow | 
lack spread Inside the refinery the villagers practising marksmanship 
fun’ of the 1.000 Arab employees One Jew was killed In a settlement 
axploded In a fierce attack upon near Galilee. 



VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, M FI IN LSI) AY, IIH KMBKK 31. 1*417 



Kin*' of Romania Announces Abdication 

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Forces Nearing Konitsa 
Lob Shells al Guerrillas 



Regular Greek l nits Advance 
Within Short Distanee of City 



BULLETINS 






a..u aav.u«». lua was virtually out of danger 

The defeat of the guerrillas atop M International brigade, 

the snow-covered Vigla heights reported formed In Albania, should 
dominating the bridge opened the rt , mp lo (llr ald of lhr R , JPrr illaz 
for relnforcerrmu ^ ^ » JU „ hl l0 c 

to th. b. r..urrod ..rruo" ", Kon- Kulllu . > „ vr ^ , rolu u „ 



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ATHENS, Dec. 30 </P). — Regular Greek Army forces rait m r • » i i 

plunged tonight to within light artillery range of guerrillas 1 llTW A tt I (*( I 
besieging Konitsa after Greek commando units knocked T . , n 

guerrilla fighters off mountain heights dominating the ALLA ' r *‘* 

strategic Bourozani Bridge 11 miles west of Konltza. — Officials of the Texas 

Military informants said the bulk of the relieving 8th & Pacific Railroad were. 
Division was only three miles from the bridge, which may notified tonight that at 
be reached some time tonight. Greek artillery units were , f . Ast trainmen were 

reported lobbing shells into the Communist-led forces uUe.1 .nd .t lent two In- 
north and west of Konitsa ^ vlnunU , out „„„„ 

The defrat of the guerrillas stop , m | Pto international brigade. / . „ 1 . , . 

the snow-covered Vigla hrighu , reported formed In Albania .should c ‘ ol,,d ^| head-on m ar 

dominating the bridge opened 1-^ rome lo the aid of the guerrillas Monahans. TfX. 

Th ' «*"•«“ "•“«>» “> “*“« The Dallas office said 
lu* A Ministry of w.r rommumque [ ' r “ “J' •*'"> el.,tinrs were burning 

~ ^tenn, ^ r . t . on* CJ.muom « ™ 0r * t, ’* n | W0 hoUrS * ,,,r 

00 ' . proclaimed by the guerrilla chief- accident. 

MlUtary observer, h ere said KOO- Qen Markaft VafudM 

The guerrilla furccs were reported 

np f retreating northward from the i g * r k rrn 

1 Air || I 4 k I I bailie XOtte Immediately aouth of KI.AMATH FALLS. Ore. Iter. 
JL Tv 119 JLiw^aL the Bourozani bridge 3a (.J*., — Tbe flash of a meteor 

Premier Themluoklex Bophoulkt brightened the sky to the snath 
I H'k I issued a statement saying there Is and east of herr tonight and 

1 VI I 1*1 I'L [“no more reason for unre'i arul scores of person* reported they 

■*-®a ” f*f only a lew more days are needed heard crackling noUr? arrompany- 

I fur "fully clearing up the situation, Ing the spectacle. 

1^1 1 which u very good.'' 

I^WWlW A guerrilla broadcaal suld KonlUu . . ■» / 

7 had been entered irom the south- .'iff >' I \f , l il8P 

" west last night' and fighting wm 

PARIS. Dec 30 t Reuters > . - proo . rmng ln lhe hcart of the clt , J VANC OLVtR. I»er. M O').- 



Towns Lell 
In Dark 
Bv Floods 



RI.AMATH FALLS. Ore. tier. 
30 l.1*i, — Tbe flash of a meteor 



Ing the spectacle. 



May Refuse 



VANCOUVER, Dec. 



Prance sought emergency credit* Ui- bm lhU WIM , )ol ^ out ^ OI . heron.1 attempt to ship ji.ioo ooo 
night to cope with floods which have ' f , claJ q Uurtrrs j n Aihrns worth of Canadian war surplus 

I rendered more than 1 000 pert'di* guerrillas were using ma- » mmun,l,nn t° China's Nationalist 

. , ... ... Iiomele.* and plunged manv large Government from Vancouver faced 

I -INO Michael of Romania, shown Luxembourg, yesterday announced PRxlamaUon said he return d Ute no ^ hfa . tern towm lnU> dwtof * S '™ " *' “ ftl J * " ai ^ d " ‘ possible failure here ton.ght. 

I \i n tiiu ru-.ni nu-iur* with hi« hu sh.iir»Mnn A hi<rh r.overnment throne because a monarchy no usalnst Grech air power, and man- 



| • I * o Parma as she left Switzerland for ( Anne. 

Believed been From Air • 

NOME. Alaska, Dec. 30 ‘CF> PUol The six flyers were rescued yea- New UoilipauieN k^1 

William Muiui Unlay sighted what terday In daring fllghu by Muni ILlnss Mh 

he said he believed to be the bodies and Frank H. Whaley. The widely- " 

of two and possibly three army known Alaska bush pilot* flew to v * UMBER of new company 
p rairoopera who bad parachuted In the wreck scene ttj miles north of incorporations In British f 1 

eflorts to aid rescue work at the here, landed In the far-bclow zero Columbia during the year tnd- 

wreckage of a crashed United States ; weather and returned the men inR pjday failed by about 150 LO» 

Air Pore, bomber. here. to reach the all-time record don c 

Visibility was down to about hall The B-» pilot. Lt. Vern H Arnett. during the postwar boom year und 

a mile and mow handicapped his Manta Ana. Collf., and his navi- „f 1F46. when UI8 new com- that I 

vLflon as he flew over the area »5 gator. Lt. Frederick I. Sheet*, 1 panto* were formed In lhe been*) 

miles north of here where the big Keyaer, W.Vn.. wno left Uie wreck province dlplon 

bomber was ln<t December 23. He u, try u> reach a small Arctic Es- wtlh 0IM . ^ ot the year swt,* 

wz-. abler however, to fly at a low klmo village, are still missing. atu , to K „ ^ for !M7 waF lh( 

ee.tlmalfd yesterday at 1.364 able 1; 

“I saw what I think was t*ne deud . . . rai . y*s* Heaviest month for the com- At 

paratroop.r and poaalbly two. he I (1 Til IS panics nfflc* the Lcgisla- Agenc 

chute lying nearby, which might If 111 4 /*/' * . 

h.vr oovrrrd the third mU>ln« m.n H ill A I I PCt Ma> *"">>« «» 

In the snow " JJ registered Light**! monthly PeleaJ 

He was accompanied on the flight \t gi ti li g ...... total waa in August. M Buch* 

bv Chuck O’Leary, dog team driver 4 ^ fill V ill'HlS 1**6 March f« the How 

and wartime Alaska scout who was ryr-rAVL A rw ,n munth * wUh * nd h ° 

flown to the wreck scene With hi* f ^i IA ^, A ' ^ M -€UfT Junp the lightest, with 102 report 

dogs yesterday to aid In the search , * n | T \ rwU ' red on nu,n > mer 1 

Muns had landed and picked ^lled Kingdom comnuxllUea en- clal, 

O'Leary up after the latter had Cana<ta aftfr 1 “ a |> 1 * C I 

spent the night alone In the 30- r ” ult ot th * ***" ^ I Oll(T ChaH 

below weather change Conservation Act * 1 VBB tonlgl 

••What we saw was about 1.500 The act, passed in 1040. made f / » 1 1 In 

foet from the B-2» wreckage. ' Mun* sweeping reductions In the tarlflr I || I | | I Ik I* *1 i | i k who r 

said. against British goods a* the Oov- »*■ UUlUl dalaJ of It 

Air Fon*e authorities have not eminent sought to conserve Am- # KUl * 

announced the names of the mis*- erlcan dollar* by shifting Cana- 17.. „ / ' . ! t broug: 

ing Ladd Field doctor and two dlan buying from American to T Of VjlIIlVIv lo ‘ l * n 1 

paratroo|N'rs who parachuted Into British markets. ' i»i • 

the area BatuMay night In eftorU Whrn lrgUUulull Wa> paaJed CANON CITY, Colo , Dec. 30 dlnan 

to reach the six known surrtvor* Ule Qovernment made it clear that John Klinger. 43-year-old robber, was PoUc* 
of the eight-man B-2® crew. „ v<u miM , v rnn . .. to 



r „ rz" ; .7 northeastern towns Into dniknev \ a „^~ ,. r ^ v . lr ^ „ r> . ' possible failure here tonight. 

I UO |l|b«||| P«||H|l|tAik|in|tO in t^i recent pkturewUh^s his abdl^Uon^Ahigh G ^ unB “J W aa consl. ‘ 01 ^/ changes Principal rlveni of Wr*tern Europe aj{rd to K0If ooe hu on a Jhirly C 3X\ trrw member, of 

I HU ■/tilll I ill d (I IMMlt I 9 ^h". Queen Helen, bidding good- source said Michael probably will ^ hJg counlry The abdlcllUon were in spate and still rising plane jeaterd-y. advices here said the frelgh.er Lake Okanagan. 

v bye to Princess Anne of Bourbon- marry the 24-year-old Princes* ended the last monarchy ln the Tl\e Rhine and tu tributaries The guerrillas were also reported second boat named to transport 

Ik I • I O IT A o Parma as she left Switzerland for Anne. King Michael’s abdication Soviet- sphere of Eastern Euroj>e. overflowed at many point*, bringing using trenches dug during the 



Nch (.o!ii|>;iiii<‘M 
I >rop HfIou "4b 

N UMBER of new company 
Incorporations ln BrltLnh 
Columbia during the year end- 
ing today failed by about 150 
to reach the all-time record 
during the postwar boom year 
of 1946. when 1318 new com- 
panies were formed In the 
province. 

With one da> ol the year 
still to go. total for 1947 was 
ee.timaied yesterday at 1 364 
Heaviest month for the com- 
panies office at the Legisla- 
tive Buildings this year was 
May. when 142 new firms 
registered Lightest monthly 
total was in August. M 
111 1948. March was the 
busiest month, with 148, and 
June the lightest, with 102. 



Police Search 
In Colorado 
For Convicts 



^ a „ , y J ening the home* of basement dwe 1- 1940. a* decides. 

W j |* j . . 1 > mJ /ill/ II 4 / S / if ler * ln Colo « n * * nd olher towns Of 

OIL 199 III l/f/l f UMIILO Oennany, dUpalcht* reported. ^ . 

■ a * MM It I • decided to ask the National Awnt- ale ruts Forward 

R oman in 1 1 olds K uis A . ... ... 

londo*. uk. N « —it* u*u*. ~ now b %££££& m * nr rtt ' Uwu Luropean Aid rlan 

«lon Dally Oraphlc'a Bern. Switzer- free to live In Romania and marry Eighteen tons of food from the I 

land, v correspondent said tonight Princes* Anne of Bmirbon-Pann*| -pYiendshlp Train" wlflch brought MllWAUKEE. Dec. 30 <.4*i. — and control by the Big Four In order 
that Kltvg Michael of Romania had and Denmark, but the kings ! voluntary gifts to France from the Henry Wallace. Independent can- 'that it* resources may lie made 

been' arrested, according to Tellable dtcatlon proclamation atilrt he re " 1 Unlt ^ d g fates arp lo ^ t© the didoti- for the United Slates prest- available to aid ln the rrrnnMruc- 

dlplomattc Information leaching signed the Uirone becau* a mon- (lo<j<lpd Francc d «ncy. propoaed tonight a seven- 'uon ot Europe and “to guarantee 

Switzerland from Vienna.' He add- urchy no ongrr coincided with the point “Wallace Plan." financed by that Oermanv shall never again b« 

ed there was no connrmadon avail- “great political, economic and so- aU emm tries •Wemed of the tin a pel Uon to threaten the security 



overflowed at many point*, bringing using trenches dug during the the arms, ma; rrfus* to tall the 
I shipping to a atandsUIl and threat - Italian campaign against Greece ln IO.OO«-u>n ship If their executive 
'cnlng the hooves of basement dwel- 1940 . m derides. 



Candidate Puts Forward 
Own European Aid Plan 



able In Bern rial chungea ' In this Communist- rcllars of wrecked houses in 



cellars of wrecked houses in a!l "patterned of the jin a position u. 

Cologne's old city were moving out nirn,ts ' Bnd Mlmlnlstered by the, of U.e world." 



At Oeneva. tlvr owls le'egraph dominated land aa » HlHr wrerkutton wlik the Un ‘‘«* Naltom., to rehabilitate Wallace said he originally favored 

Agency said that according to a People and parliamcnUnan* re- ■* B »«Iety precaution, while Lhe Marshall r.t.n hio mat in na 

report from Buchareat King Ml- malned In the dark as to whether Rhine rose steadily at a rate or, T . -. .. . . ^ . f |h fatal dif. 

rliael was detained at a cx.atlr at romance or politics played the de- 1 three Inches an hour, a Duettcldorf ‘ ’ . . .. 

P„»„. SUa... «. K-a, cm„, ..cor .hr hrh.nd-.hr- -P- K.d ^ CZ' ZT* 

Bucharest. scenes decision. l( waa exi»ecved that the Rhine , h a.i«hiiahmeni or . t foiled tr.. n ^ 

However ai Copenlvagin live Dan- A high Government source said would rise at least another three ‘ f H 17 

Uh newspaper Berllngsk. Hdende Michael probably will marry (he feet. TaSSSS? JTt fund by ^ OFCC I FCSSCS 

reported that Jean Audescu a for- 24-year-old Princes* Anne and may ShlppUl|| thP Rner Main waf J Unl^d ^flom | 

mer Romanian Foreign CFfice olfl- go to Switzerland soon lo meet her. j.unenderl , . . . , ,, , r¥l •_ • 

a v... MfrhK.i r,« * wp ^ nded ' established for that purpoM. I BaoiIiaiv 



mer Romanian Foreign Ofice offl- go to Switzerland soon lo meet her. sU> pended 
clal, had ‘‘definitely ' learned by He said Michael wa* free to “settle J 
telephone from Bucharest that Ml- down" In Romania or elsewhere. It 
chael was still In Bucharest late was lu Switzerland that Mlciiael I 

tonight. spent more than two weeks recently JVflSI] 

In London. Dmitri Dtmuncesco, watting in vain for his Oovem- 
who recently resigned a* counsellor menfs permission to marry the r¥l II 
of the Romanian legation, said Prince**. I A R 

King Michael's abdication was ''Official British sources tu London V 
brought about when he refused lo s ®id the abdication “obvto.isly re- — - 
sign a Government decree appoint- move* the last remaining obstacle IIaF/v 
I ng as Minister of War Emile Bo- In the way of a new East Luropean UCIU 

dlnaras, a former head of (he secret dictatorship.*! 

police. The Romanian Parliament, by NKW DE 

In Bucharezt. young King Ml- unanimous vote, abolished the old Ind ** 



Kashmir Issue 

Ta D« PloPA/l I five-year plan." i -PEIPING. Dec. 30 v^*i -Com- 

J II I I Cl C I II 4. Priority In the ailocaUun of munlat regulars In force hava 

* funds lo be given to those coun* hammered lo within six miles of 
T) C f' •! tries “which suffered most severely Mukden In a sudden new turn in 

LiOU 1)011 ,rom AxUl NWreaskm," with such the Winter battle of Manchuria. 

allocations “bused solely on these censored press dispatches reported 
NEW’ DELHI. Dec. 30 'Reuters!— considerations of merit and need today, 
a has decided to refer the without regard to the character 'Nanking said the reports indt- 



• 3 The fund to be “made up of 
contributions appropriated by our 
Congress and other nations p«rt- 
sesz.ed of the means In an amount 
'sufficient to finance an over-all 
| five-year plan." 



Force Presses 
To Position 
Near Mukden 



PEIPING, Dec 



Russian Jovial w „K.«d tm*,. . *» lh ' 0ov ' r '""'"' !iro - 

pr.^l.m.tlon ... taM Ihu ...» " ,m ' n * U W J» * P»P“'*- «™«- 

A ftt>r St nr III ■■■««»* 'he r.<..«Uon, m., C ” , °™ 1 ” S *" P ^°” 1 “* ■«' ^Ucpubl.c. 

I It I ijll/l III _ a trail of mauling-; shootings and A Government aource laid lhe 

J *b* lM0 tor Iff ralev. except m L,^ I 

me^UnJ Urt^ ag^v^ wliV come" tmo , Wb ^« «'»’ /tl ; f f O 

Security Council wm delayed today the sun of the new ** J^mcer" Cl/ttllll.H Lj.S. 

by. now-clogged roads ye "* r . Best said the clrrumsUncoa of the ... , , 

Andrei A. Gromyko arrived In a meat. British preference* will be " r ' * / / LS / §j 

)ovt»l mood. A*ked what he thought eliminated on cotton clothing, in- v 

of lhe snow, he replied: eluding cotton dreeses, shirt* and Two ot ll ‘ e eBCB *** s Wfre rKa P _ LONDON n < Wadneu/iav 1 



l( »-,n nuralv >n Ul DUUBmi, VOUI1M ISJUK »U- UliaiUJIlUUIV »UIC, UWMIMini l nr 010 . . - — — —W 

verraUon^ hr « rmZrv Z ® chael announced his abdication to mouarchlal constitution and rati- Kashmir Issue to the Security Coun- of the po lilies and social Inatltu- raled the CommunUts were probing 

ZJ iiihmiwh ruT-^3 “ I ***** ^rxAlgb a raging snow ft towMrrtH populace today, and fled the Governments praclama- l cU 01 Th, “ Dn, tod Nutlona, afler lions of the recipient nations." , for a soft in the big Industrial 

lure. ouumgu uv aaie o 1 ex- jtorm {q found up nl|le of n ot j, er lhe Government promntlv pro- tlon of a republic. giving Prime Minister Attlee of Brl- 6. The allocation of funds "must city* defences ! 



plry was postponed several times, a 



I Warden Roy 8c*t said Klinger 
was shot ten block* from the 
penitentiary by city police officer* v. 
Best said the circumstances of the 
shooting were not I ntned lately 

known 



“Nobody blame* the Soviet Union 7“| a long Ust of other garment* 



lured shortly before the shooting,! 



the Government protnntlv pro- tlon of a republic. rr,mr nine* 01 tin- 0 . »ne allocation 01 xunoa “must cuy s derences * 

:lalmed Romania a popular demo- Bv the same vote the Patilament u ln 48 hours' notice of India's in- be made with scrupulous respect for One dispatch said three Red dlvl- 
* ratio republic. • approved the creation of a praeald- tontlorv* the national novrrclgnty of all dona were assaulting Government 

A Government aource »sdd the I urn on the Soviet model The document which lhe Indian beneficiary countries and “there position* six miles northwest of 

— — Government will forward to the be no political or economic Mukden while another column of 

r , Stecurlty Council runs lea* than ien' cond,l,nn * aUached to loans or more than 20,000 Communist* waa 

m l/f ■ aas ^ t K I M gy j i W / k || P*gcs and Is understood to refer iU*nt*. attacking eight miles to the south - 

vJlf I Iff lu I/f If particularly to Pakistan's alleged B The entire Tund shall be used we*t 

MIU MHr MIt uw. w ,m u. u.r ^ partJclpatlon In what are regarded exclusively for peaceful purpose. -Nanking observers estimated the 

shooting were not intnedlately / )l c FI l I 1 / /!/ / I I d §1 L • A? “ Undeclared hostilities against a ™ moneys shall be available Mukden garrison at 160.000 men 

known J f f I s> friendly neighboring country " to finance the purchase of military and exprased belief the Com- 

Two of the ravages were recap- 1 The stale ruler, Maharajah Blr 1 Jm « , lltt. artnamenU or war pre- munlat* were using at least 450.000 

lured shortly before the shooting I 31 • Wednesday . 1 settlement for Germany as vital H arl Singh, had announced arc**- P* rBtioM men - Pro-Oovemment report* raid 

leaving nine of the convict* still -t ' ^ ~ 8ovtet Por<, ‘* n Mtolster V. M for the london conference. They lndla and l)ad appeil , fd for 7. The German Industrial heart- Nationalist warplane* were Inflict- 

. Molotov said the United State*, sought either completely to re- aid to Indian authorities land in the Ruhr Valley to be placed Ing “heavy rasualtle*" on the at- 



Registration Dolus Set mu.. n , .<*> bui, m * n «. »* n , , n w . 

Fnr "Snies nnd Drones” ^ ,ra “ , v \ :r 0 " Bonds in Storage Vault 

lor apns ana urones “ ^ Part y r 'Trr^*' f> . . , // r n r 

LONDON, Dee 30-Reulera- The 14 Thu applies to met burn between rancher A M Smlllv. 52. suffered a rnt* of Itvestla, RuasUn Govern- />.’.# , mr -.. °?J n KaAhmJ ' Bnfl f f VOl) f ()V I 

ftrst “call-up" of .-plva and drones ",1923 and 1929 and women bom be-lsevere wound In the right arm | m«t newspaper, uid Pravd*. organ iSdl Tl} lUOl h FlFfF.Ffff.JfFf M I/U! C 

will lake place ln January. j tween 1W7 and 1W9. The son of Smith, Joe, 17. who, of the Communist party, pictured! woanciscO Dee 30 oF - dispersed a raider s cSS^raSon M° NTRKA1 - *> 0 * Under present foreign exchange 

The Ministry ot Labor announced Maximum penalties for failure to ^ hf . M hrt , URP by lhf prtj -|the session as not completely trail- f who ten ml lea from Na»s»hera with ar- 11 200000 ln Canadian Victory and j restriction, no Canadian may hold 

today that all street trader, inreglszr are flues o £100 'MOO' or ^ ww frrrd un harmed. Best ^ tmwever. due U> .he efforU | ^^^of ^ tjec^- O^rnment and Unl.ed Buies more than 110 In Un.led State, 

town, and urban district* with popu -Imprisonment for three month* on ^ of the Soviet delegation, the toe w« lhe **me fire, the com ^ ^ ^ currmcy 

toliof** over 20 000 must register at *^2J2T ,lh Four guard* approaclved the ranch “ ,d , . . .. 1 part ‘* • , n O oiden Gate Park into * ■u.r.ge vault, posed a question to-j Tho bond cache was uncovered In 

local emplo> ment exchange January penalties on Indictment. after ther discovered track* In the M ? ° I, *** S?**! by -lot today ! ' fr ” ««V» I Canadian Mounted an R CMP. search for stolen bond. 

drU,U Cf lhr,T n A 1 5nnw “ - ,d Bnd f °- d th ' ^iSSSl JZSTmZSftoiJZ ^lldrenValotof Ovemknowu^ ^MoB.lrr** Sightril ^ ** *>"” -*»>»* 

occupations. D„ ro( ,„ A P TtK,nfr, ‘ *^ing with Smith and uu of the JnUed State, nothing about snow except that It nff ■ • g • ““1 toey know who Jdr only In ler rat was In bow the 

Street trader, include newspaper |>lll t clll /mill lS hi, son In front of them . ^. rr# , . *.* nfl , waa *f*owball-matert*l. started • ’ -RFOllflR I X>a*»t owns the bonds, that they all ap- bonrtj acquired, and whether 



I delegation uLsrupted “the enlirc move It from the agenda or po«t- India was under- mri h»rn Ke under International admlnlsUatlon Urkers.i 

Z T T.Z 'JZ “ 2T3L t 7: ' * lh ' "-a- *». *** „ ,u- h ...» — JS^ufSZS C SZ 



first “call-up" of “eplvs and drones" j 1923 and 1929 and women bom be- severe wound ln the right arm I ment newspaper, and Pravd*. organ 
will lake place ln January. itween 1927 and 1929. aon of Joe, 17. who of the Communist party, pictured 

The Ministry of Labor announced Maximum penalties for failure to ^ hrld by lhp prt4 . the Maston as not completely frult- 



BAN FRANCISCO. Der 30 (F 



Security Council "without pre- 
judice" to Indian action ln Kash- 
mir. 

No immediate relaxation of opera- 
tion* now going on In Kashmir and 
Jammu was expected 
“Indian army troops engaged and 
dispersed a raider's concentration 



local emplojment exchanges January penaltle* on indictment. 

5-10 to .IT. .’full details of their 

occupations. T) A 1* 

Street trader, u.clude newspaper |> l!|*t^cAll /lllCrS 
seller,, street singers, slioe-blackr 
street photographer, and seller, of WT 

m.irh,,. fruit 0o.rr, .nd othrr r OrCCHSt 



after they discovered tracks In the 
snow. Best said, and found the two, 



Molotov wa* quoted by the dl* * )aft > r ln Oo,d 
patch, distributed here by Lh P riear-iiot to<la} 



1 ™“ ~~ '-'Soviet monitor, ar saving the repre- The children, a lot of them knowing, 

prisoner, walking with Smith and ,, nUUvpa of th|> UnU#d 8utcs 1 nothing about snow except that It 

hts son in front of them Qre>t Bri Utn and France did not strowball-matertal. started • 

STRUCK SMITH ik. of . , M rr tKwnbardment Thirty cas« of bruises 



« Snow Forecast -JrarwiXt 

Brt,ci * B ing the elde.r Smith. Best said, but 

Person* "not gainfully employed" NEW YORK. Dec 30 uP>. - The th# buJJe< itnirk RmUh ln thp , rm 

—which includes thoae with prlvalr Weather Bureau tonight revised an ^turned the Are and 

Idcoam- will register January' 19-' earlier prediction of additional «now W(I „ ndp< j )n , hfl hfad 
tomorrow, amid hurried effort# to . ... .. .. . 



, >AIUV , e LT 4 T l IDL'U Strreu clear of last Friday*. J*!' Z* * ” V “ 1VV,,VVU [toed plot as bl. as half a foolb.ll 

TODAY S FEATl KK. record fall * pained in critical condition after PANAMA. Dec 30 iRrutsr.L -“*“ !»"•» beauUfid Midwinter 

Cttwkw - Fare It The forecast for tomorrow was for ^ ^ bugged bv two of the Prewldent Enrique Jlmenei of Pan- M visualised by The San 

Cwlbwiawn .n Bridge . Fage 4 “conalderahle eloudlnew • nd ( l prU , xlPr , onf * f wh ,; m «■« wearing ^ »ld today his Government Francisco News and the park depart - 
Pdiurtala . ... Fage 4 milder" with * high temperature of ^ of a , Un iUrr - n . r(1 would revoke the licences ol two co-operating spotMors of the 

naanee .... ... .. . Fage 9 about 40 degree, 4 570- ion Panamanian ships. th P happy snow dream 

Local News .. . Page* I. 17 An earlier threat of adiUona) w>ow ' vvu.ism^ was re Crracent and the Pan York, if But *t turned Into an toeball bar- 

Radi* pewgraaa* . . Pag* 1* brought police orders to clear streets l wn * d nU “ to * * tlrr Lhr conv * cU ^ they are carrying Hlegml rage -and at the end of the party 

Serial Stery „ ... Page 7 of all non-raaential traffic as the broke from cell block No 6 and Best j awtoh immigrant* to Palestine , the youngsters bombarded a bogged - 

Saetal . Pag*a E 7 largest snow removal army In New “‘<1 he feared William* is a hostage ( added he had Instructed the down police patrol wagon unUJ they 

Bp«rU .. Page* 11. II Yorks history continued to ahovel The two prisoner, who attacked Panamanian consul at Istanbul to were driven from the scene When 

Theatre* ...... - Page 9 away at the 25 J- Inch avalanche of Mr, Hlgginr are trapped In a ranch investigate the statiM of the two somebody turned on the lawn 

Vaanvnr Island Newa .. Fsga llj Friday. , house seven mile* east of Canon City raaeela. I spiiiikiera. 



regard the problem of a peace bombardment. Thirty rases of bruiser 

! *nd abrasions showed up In the 

4 . 1 police emergency hospital 

u r II M I> ^ 1 Plan* called for 175.000 pounds of 

m Irl3\ ItCVOkC ice to br cruched and blown by a 
nd J I powerful fan Into the lawn. 

rp ■ • There was to be band concert and 

of : Vi O I flgu re-ska ling on the artificially - 

ol X T»U LiltClltCO lrr<1 ptot „ m as half a foolbal. 

P1N4UA rv-r VI inMiUrt) _ Add It wa* a beauUful Midwinter 



Calbertoan aa Bridge 
RtflUrtals .. 



Radi* rragrawM 
•art*! Alary 



“Munslfr" Siglilnl 
Off (Carolina (ioazt 

\ arw YORK. Dec. 30 JP).— 
A 45- foot “sea monster" 
with an “eel -like head" waa 
reperted by the captain of a 
ship off the North Carolina 
coast today, the Coast Guard 
aald 

The Coast Guard said ■ 
message from the master of 
the fie S*nta Clara reported 
that the ship struck the 
• monster" and either killed 
or badly wounded It. 

The caputs said the mon- 
ster was Sighted by Chief 
Officer William Humphries 
and Third Officer John Axel- 
•on. who described It as having 
a body about three feet In 
diameter 



night for Royal Canadian Mounted an R C MP. search for stolen tr>n«la 

but at this point police emphasised 
The police aaid they know who their only Interest wa* In how the 
own* the bonds, that they all *p- bond# were acquired, and whether 
pearrd to have been legitimately owner compiled with all regu- 
purchased. But the question they toUon* In the matter of dec tar a- 

want answered la how the owner ^°ua, taxes and such Invoices show, 

came by them. ,n C toe bonds purchase were found 

Authorities gave out no name for "''to toem. 

the owner but said the trust com- l — 

panya box had been rented for the I/,'#,/, « J 

bond*' storage under a fltUUou. " V " 1 ^(1 LOITI 

name and added that prraenc* of Qf ff lp Weather 
some 9800 In United States cur- CU,Wf 

rency In the box waa cause for' u m./’ZSE; 

further explanation . «» m> ni .7 j 

Police aaid they would like to'SSTSTu *^ 4 “ * 



burmsas be waa originally to— that 
of a dry good* merchant had been 



Prices Board regulations 



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l ull Production Power for Canada 
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tnrh Ihf Knmn capital 



l\ I IcIILS *rr» 

* Thr commission proper, reduced 

I L 4 kf a. | from a nine to an right- member 

I I\UI I <1 body brfuiiv of a Soviet- bloc bo>- 

iSS N Y Dec 30 rott ‘' 18 to reach Seoul co- 

incident with thr arrival of thr arerr- 
*rr aecretvtot •••« , artal 9 ti7f 

Nations Trmporar>' Tlir coinmLsMon. minus the Soviet 
Corea will leave Nee- Ukraine whlrh has refused. to ac- 
ridaj , and a UN opt thr seat designated to It, con- 
oday thr flrat meet- ststa of Australia, panada China, 
mission on Korean El Salvador. Frailer, India. The 

10 be held by Janu- Philippines and Syria Thus far 

Canada, El Salvador and India have 

11 staff. headed by not designated their representative 
»»BUm secretary- 



N ictim of Amnesia 
Miftnr* < JirMiiia* 

PORTLAND Ore Dee 30 
I *' Ardell H Nyberg. 30 
turned up Ui Portland today 
asking what happened to 
Christmas, 

He told poller he re- 
membered December 22 he 
left ht» Echo M nines.*.': a home 
to etait a neighbor The next 
thing he knew he was stand- 
ing in a post office here and 
Christmas was over 



By KmilH Rill lit. 

I aoadlan Freaa MuaJiirw t rlitor 

Canada turns into IMS with thr 
likelihood that the 'ear will call loi 
every ounce of her production 
power, with nearly ail business and 
Industry straining to meet demand, 
but with inflation an immediate 
danger. 

Tills was in large oieasurr l lie 
prospect even before December 1# 



to supply • greater proportion (it 
tlie home market, increased sales to 
the United State* to balance pur- 
chases Uiere. and earing to a bat 
Britain and 



- liucinev failures were the highest 
since 1943, though well below 
earlier war and prewar years 
With virtually ail industries in 
need of re-aatabUshmenl from run- 
down war conditions, planned ex- 
pansion* were more than produc- 
tion could cope with 
Tl\p individual found hirnarU 
with a relatively high income, but 



vxtant goods from 
other countries may be able to fill 
the bore 



poU arising fiuin less 
buying in the United Slates 
What tlie Marshal’ Plan will do 
to this plan, and what new proo- 
irms It will raise, remains to be 



It it scheduled 



automol 



implication* difficult to as^n-v by 
I President Trumans outline r.f the 
Marahall Plan 

Under that program, if approved 
1 by Congress, the United BlaLe* 
will 6 pend billions of dollars in 
Canada In the next few years for 
supplies for Europe. 

Before the announcement there 
was heavy demand for Canadas 
goods, but overseas buyers were 
unable to pay for them If the 
program is adopted. It supplies the 
method of payment. 

An important question To what 
can Canadian production 



EARLY END 

Immediately. It appears to in- 
dicate an earlier end lo Import 
restrictions than would otherwise 
be the case, though In the mean- 
time business are engaged tn re- 
adjustments arising from the re- 
ftrlrtlona 

The statla tics of buAineM on a 
national scale in 1947 said only 
one thing— high production, high 
earnings. 

There were Individual problems 



ably the highest ever, but ap- j 
patently stopped for tlu time be- !| 
lng at about the present level | 
Neither business nor government, 
had arrived at a solution of step- J 
ping up the level, without aelf- 



Nybrrg. who has six chli 
drew, frequently suffers am 
nexla 



WARDROBE 
FOUNDATIONS 
FOB IV IX 



\\ ITH 3U0 watche* awfully 
'> m* wed to lining of vest, as 
demonstrated above, Georges Geof- 
frey, 32-year-old French diplomat, 
was sentenced to pay 924,000 for 
smuggling them Into England In 



default .of payment, he Is now serv- 
ing years imprisonment at Worm- 
wood Scrubs prison. London. In 
meantime he has been dismissed 
from post as French consul at Dus- 
seldnrf. Oermany 



extent 

expand to meet tlie demand? 

As of November 17. she em- 
barked on the following program 
with methods debated, but aim* 
generally agreed upon: 

Development of world- wide irarl*. 



Heal in Parliament 
Bring* Fire Alarm* 

O TTAWA. Dec. 90 (CP).— 
Its lucky Parliament la 
Imlldaylng. or Its members 
would never hear the end of 
thU- The fact U that hot air 
in the Parliament Buildings 
caused two fire alarms last 
night 

A new healing syalem in the 
* Parliamentary Library gath- 
ered hot air under a tarpaulin 
In an upper gallery *fld over- 
heated a fire alarm rod which 
*et off the automatic system. 
It happened twice before the 
fire department settled the 
delicate alarm system down 



>il iBIUMVIUUP, "Ail f 

of the dlf Acuities and perils pre»- 1 k?* 1 * 3 *' /° <CW '“ An An,lo ‘ 

surer! with a degree of cautldn bdt ^ nl * h tr ** e conference opens M..n- 
with distinct pose I bill ties of in- ! d * y - keyrd to Br1ll * h h °f** »>“< • lhp 
creasing pressure In the new year • Und » r<l b * con two ounce* 

unless the price wltust Ion U brought » every week soon may be 

under control. ,hr ** thml rationed butter can 

| be spread a little more thickly 

rrt n Ills 801,1 aides feel that thetr bargain- 

1 o f Cl V I /PM in * poeltlon has Improved since the 
* Autumn, when negotiations failed 

/ 1 1 gig / C h gig* I V Denmark asked then for higher fond 

Iff IFf f prices and Britain refused Bluer 

NEW YORK. Dec 90 •il'i. — A tor- 0c,0 ** r ' for the first time In the 
mer United States army lleuten- Peace years of this century, no sob- 
ant who borrowed several hundred * l *ntial quantity of Danish but*er 
bedshseu from the townsfolk of nr b** 00 entered the United Klng- 
Hemroullle, Belgium, to camou- dom 

flage hts men In a snowstorm dur-i Although the Danes liave been 
lng the BatUe of the Bulge, left for aWe lo obtain other markets for 
Europe today on the Uner America th,! food formerly sent in 

to pay the people back. Britain at prices which British. 

John Hanlon of Winchester. Mass negotiators thought exorbitant, they 
said he had obtained more than &00' know 1,141 l he*e conditions cannot 
sheets tn a public appeal tn Win- pr * v * u indefinitely They may be 
cheater and nearby communities prepared to make concessions to oh- 
Repayment of the sheets. HanJon ,t * ,n ***§ seetirlly of their traditional 
said, la expected to be the occasion m * rlCft 

for a public celebration tn Hem-1 Food Minuter Btrachey lias said 
rouble repeatedly that there U room tn thr 



1 ndcrncslli all — our lovely 
srnooth-tillintf toornlatioM garments 
to mould your figure to that nr« 
look in your I 'MM wardrobe 



Ex-Premier of Burma Will Dit 

* 

For Aiding July Assassination 



development /( Canadian industry 



CORSELETTES 



SmXMir > Hivsi *un «ls*ll< 
b«rk t.nA rlclr panel »«Ul> 
brivr«.lr (rimt. •ipixt rkvinf 
N*i tuMlrn Sli*/ 

u I« and II 0.BO 

Khmi» Miv- a* i m Co*** 
»’ ir is inrn »i ir( »»rt« 

*'«<«* *r 1*1 .(■ P(J|B Il -I* Sura 



RANGOON. Dec 30 <^.~U Baw U Haw »t>, leader of the Myuchlt 
prewar premier of Hurma, today wa* Party, which was in opposition to 
sentenced in death by a special let- the Anti-Fa v.1*t Peoples Freedom 
buna I whu h convicted him of I<e*gue of Aung R«n. who hid been 
abetting the murder of U Aung San slated to become the ftr-.t premier 
and oilier Burmese mini 'era Iasi ! of an independent republic nf Burma 
July, next year 

Eight otfiers accused in ih# same Aung Ban. an anti -Comm uniat 

ca*e also were convicted and aen- strong man ' vas killed with hU 
lanced to die colleagues by five assassins who 

Ba Nyun who turned State s evl- entered the council cliamber sprayed 
denre. was acquil Led the room with machine-gun.*, and 

U Saw. who was removed from then escaped In a Jeep 
office by Bri'aln during the war on A packed courtroom .saw U Sawi 
chargee that ha had collaborated tuke the death sentence calmly Bull 
with the Japanese. «u arrested soon when police tried to handcuff him 
after MaJ -Gen U Aung Ban and before leading him from the dock 
»»x other Burmese cabinet ministers the rt-premJer. his fare hushed 



GIRDLES 



war materials cargo for China 
started today on tiie Vancouver 
freighter I.ake Okanagan Tlie ship 
la one of seven lied up In British 
Columbia In a company-union wage* 

| dispute 

An official of Canada Shipping 
Co said loading started Immediately 
after receipt of word from Ottawa 
that Hie 10,000-ton freighter was lo 
take the munitions to Chinn 

Tlie arm* consignment originally increase m narcotic traffic here the 
was to have gone c.n the 044-ton pnst *i* months, largest outbreak 
Pakistan freighter Colima but th* , n several years, has been broken up 
arrangement was cancelled after an Intensified drive bv Federal 

Although the storm of protest narcotic agents and police 
from various labor and political Ralda lhf ^ „„ Wf!|lkA h#ve 

groups here wa., reported responsible romJ nded up the -biggest dope traf- 
for the cancellation of the ahips fickrrs- m the city, reported A B 
charter, a Government spokesman CrUler. Narcotics Bureau » 

said in Ottawa today high Insur- *n, P increased "dope peddling" 

ance rates placed by a mercantile compares with that prior to October 
insurance company on the Colima 1943 when h marijuana ring was' 
necessitated the transferring ^ the broken up by the arrest/, of 10 per- 
cargo to another ahlp. firms at Yakima, rutting nfr a large 

Officials said loading of the Okan- part of Seattle's supply, he said 



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xylan o/hMr.g Sif», j« m 

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airt Irnni ina>*« IT-ineh 

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HOSIERY 



k ingsliijf on the Decline 
European Survey Shows 



one* 



By Tlia Amu*. la led Pra*a Tlia Grand Duchess Charlotte 

Abdication of King Michael of reigns over lltU» Luxembourg 

Romania left only 10 monarchies ' Prince Lnuia II over Monaco and 
in Europe, where the businaw of Prince Francis Joseph II over 
kingship Jia> been on the decline Lletchenstein. 

■n. e “» King Humberto of Italy who had 

There ere seven kingdoms, two succeeded to the throne upon the 
unell prim ipallt lea and one grand abdication of lib. father, the laie 

VkftOI Emmanuel III, in IfckJ 1946 
was ousted In ■ plebiscite a month 
| Inter and went into exile In Portu- 
Rwl- 

King Peter II of Yuga«lavla 
^lcpi>trt down when lur. country was 
i proclaimed a republic under prem- 
ier Marshal Tito in November. 194b 
Hhneon II of Bulgaria was misted 
j in a referendum in Srptrinber. 1946. 
J He tu only nine years old at the 
I time. 

King Zog of Albania lias not oc- 
cupied hi* throne since 193V alien 
Mussolini * legions overran his 
I country 'Du* country was pro- 
claimed a republic In January. 1940. 

Hungary, which had been a 
monarchy without a king before the 
World War. was proclaimed a repu- 
blic in February, 1946 



RAMSGATE. Kent. England rCP» 
-There are still IP submerged 
wrecked ships within a seven-mile 
radius off the coast hare 



711 YATES STREET 



Property Guarded 
By Peace Treaties 

OTTAWA. Dec, 90 (CP« — The Ex- 
ternal ANair* Department said to- 
day it wished to remind Canadian 
cltuens and 'Corporation* Dial right* 
to their property in Italy, Romania. 
Hungary and Finland were protected 
under the terms of the peace treaties 
with those countries 

The department said this applies 
in cams where the war prevented 
legal action to protect or preserve 
property rights In the four coun- 
tries. It suggested that anyone de- 
prived of such right* as a result 
of the war study the provtalons of 
tha peare treaties. 



OF CANADA 



With White or Stag Handles 



Horned Dinosaurs 
Subject of Talk 

OTTAWA. Dec 90 CF»-Homed 
dinosaurs, ice age sediments and 
Japanese balloons held the spot- 
light in today's second sag* ion of 
the Joint annual meeting of thr 
Geological Aaaorlallon of Canada 
nnd the Oaologlcal Society of 
America 

Those and allied subject# formed 
tha basts of more than M technical 
papers heard and discussed by 
nearly <W0 Canadian and American 
geologists and allied snen flats who 
oonclude U»elr three -day conference 
here tomorrow. 

Horned dinosaurs came into the 
discussion when Dr C M Stern- 
berg of the Oeological Survey of 
Canada exhibited and described lav. 
onenpletf skeletons which he dis- 
covered last August in a reck ledge 
ne» the Red Deer River In Alberta 

Dr L*rker D Tnaak, of the United 
States Oeological Survey reported 
tlie discovery last. Summer of ice 
age sediment* within a fool or two 
of the floor of the Oulf of Mexico 
and said they consisted of foaall re- 
mains of tiny Arctic shells 

An echo of tha Pectffc wer wes 
heard when Clarence S Rose of 
tha United Statee Oaologlcal Sur- 
vey told how detailed atudiee of tha 
beach sands used as ballast tn Jap- 
anese balloons flown to this *.*.■*- 
tlnant. during the war enabled 
geologists to Indicate thetr probable 
source on the coast of Japan. 



General Statement, 29th November, 1947 



(Jioom* From llip World** IV lost 
Fiimou* ^ alrlir** 

For Ijtdir* nnd Gfntlrmrn 

CONVENIENT TERMS! 



ASSETS 

Notae of and depomta with Bank of Canada 
Other cash and bank balances . 

Notes of and cheques on other banks 

Government and other public secunhes 

Other bonds, debentures and stocks 

Call and short loans fully secured 



$ 162.276,927 93 
169.001,062 93 
70.779,865 93 
875,847,469.18 
116,309,788.71 
42,512.791.49 



$1,436,927,926 17 

435,872,162 46 
4,331,251 20 
8,117.482 00 
118,717,442 19 
10,631,002.53 



Cognmercial loans in Canada 

Loans to prowincial governments 

Loans to cities, towns, municipalities and school districts 

CccnmerciaJ loans — foreign 

Bank premises 

Liabilities cA customers under acceptances and letters o i 
credit 

Other aseets 

Total Aaeets * . , „ . 



At a* *tr» •( to* 
l*l| Ctoeh" 

Convenient Tc-mi 



DIAMOND MIRCHANTS 



1310 DOUGLAS 



Hovering ovrr Philadelphia is new “flivver" helicopter, deugned lor 
industrial and agriculture uses It is expected to sell later to privet* 
owners at from »7.000 to *9,000. Craft la said to contain many new 
features that greatly contribute to eat* of handling, safety, over all 

rufgednras. 



3-PIECE 

CHESTERFIELD 



LIABILITIES 

Notes in circulation 

Do m i n io n and pronnciaJ government deposits . . 
Other deposits 

Acceptances and letters of credit outstanding 

Other liabilities 

Capital 

Reserve fund 

Unpaid dividends 

Balance of Profit and Loss Account 

Total Liabilities 



4.760,709 72 
88.900.316.16 
1.845,205,532 97 
72.190,306.81 
3,095.547.02 

35.000. 000 00 

40.000. 000 00 
934,359 38 

3,474,246.55 



V\e have tried to jpve you gx»od service all >es- 
and will improve our service in I'M# hut »n order 
*c count our slock tnd complete our ^ear-end work 
we will rlo«e 



Denies l#al>or Party 
Indifferent to Future 

UTAURTE^ Cornwall, Kncland, 
Dee 30 ■ Reuters • -Herbert Mor- 
rison. Deputy Prime Minister, said 
tonight that even after the life- 
time of the peasant labor Govern- 
ment the bulk of Britain's In- 
duairlea will remain In private 
ownership. 

Morrison aatd Britain la “trying 
to catch up with the social ami 
economic neglect of tha prewar 
yean * He denied that the Labor 
Government la “merely socialist tig 
Industry after Industry and U not 
thinking of the problem* of those 
Indus trtaa" 



PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT 

Profits (or th« yaar ended November. 1 947, before Doaualaa aad Prcv 

vianuJ Gomramanr taaa« hot alter COBfnboftooe to 3uii PvnMoe Fuad 
and after eppropnebow to Contiogeney AaMrraa. o«i of which Aasarvaa 
iof 4II b#d «ad doubtful dmkAM h+M bmmo 

Laaa provi^sa lor Dorauuon and Proniwul Govarasaeat Usee W.B90 0CO 00 
Lam pvoviawM lor daprarrattna of Beak Ptaanra B92.6B7 01 



M 734,3 19.4« 



through 



*700.00000 
700.00000 
700.00000 
§73.000 00 



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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B C. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1047 



Industry Seen on Island 
lion on U.S. Vegetables 



With Additional District News on Page 17 *1 

istronoinical Society Hears 
fbscrvalions by Victorians 

Two Victoria astronomers. Dr. J. A. Pearce and Dr. Elsa 



lean vegetables by Dominion Gov- lor Winter harvesting, but affinals well known. 

rmment in November may ulti* ,iay there are immense acreages In all There Is a definite trend on th< 
mately benefit Canadian vegetable part* of tile southern coast wherej part of growers to give serious con 
growers, if wa* learned from official vegetable growing can be a valuable, slderation to this industry, 
sources here -yesterday 

Benefits are likely to be lelt par- 
ticularly by growers on Saanich 
Peninsula, in Fraser Valley and other 



I ana all Canada U demanding fresh 
vegetable^'* one official commented 
"If the vegetable Industry is not 



be made immediately, ii growers are that Ottawa should lift the ba: 



,n on 

to take advantage 01 the fertile soli, foreign products; but If Canadians, 
copious rainfall, and lengthening especially British Columbians, do 
days of early Spring for production their part there l* every reason to 
of outdoor crops far which Saanich expect that a sizeable industry will 
Peninsula. Sooke, Duncan and many develop locally " 



■ during Uu growing season. 

Although a definite statement lias 
not yet been received from Ottawa 
it is behevrd here ban on American 
vegetables may be continued in- 
definitely, if Canada shows ite 
ability la produce quality vegetable- 
at reasonable prices. 

Provincial Agriculture Department 
officials said yesterday: 

"Now would appear to be the tune 
when such vegetable growing should 
be energetically pushed and ad- 
vantage taken of our aplendtd glow- 
ing seasons and usually good growing 
weather.” 

Crops such a* tiriud sprouts, 
savoy cabbages, broccoli. Swede 
turnips. Kohl Kabl, chard rrien 
and lettuce may be grown in lrrin 
areas of many districts until Christ- 
mas or even later. 

FARMERS INQt IKING 
JUSl now demand for ail such 
vegetables is exceedingly keen, and 
many farmers already have been in- 
quiring as to what their chances 
may be of success in this type of 
I production next year. 

Experts say beets, carrou, peas, 
beans, potatoes, leeks, onion* and 
parsnip* could be seeded In emlj 
Spring and a successful yield of each 
kind harvested in early Summer 
In fact, some Vancouver Island 
gardeners assert they liuve made a 
practice of planting potatoes. pews 
and other crops on January I, and 
rlnlm that In three years nUt of five 
* they harvest «gt«afur(ory crop* by 
May 24 

Tlieie is probably no oilier part 
i of Canada that has the same op- 
*«• — coionut PtiMa portunlly for growing enrlv vege- 

\\ .'HEN workmen of ctly public volunteer help. But they were sur- ditch on Dallas Road near Dock table.*, as that or Saanich Peninsula 
'' works department start big Job prised yesterday when three young 8tr ** 1 are. leTt to right. Edward Possibly other districts are not 

uk ' '*>"'» mllra 01 n,» f'llom tent Mlplns tod, ud ju,l sT/it 

water main along am* under city fur sheer Joy of It Pictured above. Bnd G arry Reynolds, seven. 324 S.t I .Y.i 



Sisters of the sky to the American Astronomical Society in 
Columbus. O. 

Speed of rotation varies from 135 miles a second down to 
HO miles a second with the average being 102. The sun 
rotates only about one and one half miles a second while the 
earth speeds up to 15 miles in the same period. 

The measurements were con- 
ducted at the Dominion Astro- chamber of Conuuerce to be held 
physical Observatory on Little Monday at Lougheeds Banquet 
Haanich Mountain during the Sum- Club, starling at 12 10 prn 
tner and Autumn. To determine the Mr. Mayhew will speak on the 



The name that means 
Mtff in Radio 



HARD OF HEARING 

Official* of the Victoria Club for 
the Hard of Hearing announced 
last night that thU evening*! meet- 
ing han been canceled 



• MOST in Finer Tone 

• MOST in Toiteful Beauty 

• MOST in Freedom From Hour 



Wt ■ m 

JH S 

Rl Jfc wK < ’ 

^ also of Toronto, secretary- treasurer. 
OR. i. 4 rt \m » Greetings have also been extended 

fcprcd Lh# two scieiiLlata measured by the Dominion executive 
the widlh of spectral line* especially 

thnw of magnesium. It represent* T* I 1 ..,,4- 

a method which lui not yet been 1 \VU IMIllill 
very extensively used 



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find r<r#ll»nt loi,r rai.gr •notin' 
and iwarr Standard tart>adra*t A' 
• rarlly* planth tahliirl »f Ivory PnUl' 
llnrnr-uon (r.llr dolt) Ideal for an 
r.-nm 4N.S4 



PERFECT HAND 

The name of Mrv J, ( lay has 
been added In the growing Hit of 
thoie fortunate Y'irtorian* who 
have hrld a perfert hand In a 
rrlbbagr game. 

The rare event lunk plare dur- 
ing a game at a Christina* party 
at the home of Mr*. II. Hawn- 
fralt, 2870 Heath Drive. Mn. Clay 
«aa dealt the Jack nf rluh* and 
three five*. On thr rut the five 
of club* wa* turned up. The re- 
sultant 2* count I* the highest 
obtainable in one hand of rrlbbage 



t u-Mi n» * oats i hvmw «unn.- 

m prrformonee. lu a l>ra,ttll«l raMo*' n! 
Drown pltdlr. Warned W«lh allvrr *P»r 
rlarlly of toive tvighlr aenalliv* »f-d »e,r, 
Orllle rorerlne of brilliant Karan pia*rir 
u»,» who earn *ia«l in a personal radio 
.. (19. SO 



George W. Barber, 2858 Parkview 
Drive, and Robert Hollins. 412 Dal- 1 
lax Road, miraculously esraped 
.serious Injury at 7:40 pm. yester- 
day when the car in which they 
were riding was In collision wlUi 
a steel B C. Electric trolley pole at 
the northwest corner of Govern- 
ment and Superior 8treels. 

The car wu traveling north on 
Government when tha accident oc- 
Thr Victoria Public Ubrary will currrd. A flying piece of melal from 
be cltved all day on New Year s Day. the vehicle crashed through a wtn- 
it was announced vestcrdxv by lib- dow on the east side of the Pro- 

rary ofTlnals. vlnclaJ Assessor's office. 

Barber, the driver, and Hollins 
RAILWAY VF.TFRANN received minor cuta about the face. 1 

Canndlan Niitlunid Railway* Vet- but did not require hospital treat- 
ernn-' Awhw'bMom will hold n meet- ment. Considerable damnge was 
Ing In the Knlgh' of Pythian Hall, caused to the rar. 

Connoranl Street, on Friday at Constables Galbraith and Granti 
2 pm. attended. 



MONTREAL. Dec 30 tCPl.-The 
Canadian Pacific Railway coday re- 
ported net earnings of 83.155 086 
for the month of Notemlitr a De- 
crease of 1591.152 from the 83.746.- 
237 total in the corresponding 
month last year. Gross earnings 
were 127535 439. compared with 
826.264 .495, and working expenses 
amounted to 124 080554. rrmpared 
with 822.518.258 



Wliat Would Victorians Do in Ere 
Of Major Fall of Snow ? — Slime I! 



RADIO-PHONOGRAPH 



Ten years ago there was a total 
fall of 43 inches of which alx to 
nine lnche* cume down at one time 
The city engineer’s department wa.' 
all set to start plowing when It 
started to rain, with the result 
that It melted within a short period 
Under iht old transportation 
franchise, the street car company 
was required to clear Its own tracks 
to provide transportation, whereas 
with the present bus operation the 
responsibility falls on the city. 
Considering that no snow re- 



Wliitt would Victoria do il shroud- 
ed in a blanket id deep snow similar 
to those which have tied up traffic 
along the Eastern Seaboard of 
Canada And United Suites? 

Moal likely, according to city of- 
11 dais. Victorian* would just have 
to sit back and wait for it to melt 
—or get to work with shovel*. 

The dty engineering department 
hits three snowplow suitable fur 
attachment to truck.,, but they 
have never been used within the 
memory of G. M Irwin, who has 
been engineer for the part If* 
yean 

Last time a major snowfall 
paralyzed traffic was In 1916. when 
a total of 78 2 tiiche* fell during 
the Winter, three to four fed of 
It within 24 hours. Street car 
traffic on some lines was tied up 
for two weeks. Soldiers encamped 
near Victoria were called out to 
form shovel brigades while make- 
shift snowplows were built and 
hauled by team* of horses. 



itioval equipment has been required 
during at least the past 20 years, 
city officials consider expense of 
purchasing large equipment would 
not be justified. 

Under present city by-laws the 
owner of any lot or tlie ocrupan* 
or owner of any building must 
clear the snow from the sidewalk 
in front of his property. The 
city has no equipment lor cleaning 
sidewalks and. within the memory 
of present city officials, has never 
done an 

So if there is a major snowfall 
a lot of Victoria clUsrru are likely 
to suffer s few blister* and sore 
muscles 



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MILK MONEY STOLEN r* ■ / v ■ 

City poller are investigating a |\p\ilkP ( IImPF'S 
number of theft* of small amounts VM UU H 

of money from milk bodies In sev- /-v ^ 

erxl parts of the city It l* believed I ||| 1^11 I Ik | QllPr 
Juveniles are responsible for this N./II 1 U1 I/a 1 (ll'vl 
pclty pilfering and in w*v,ral in- m ., AWA n^* 30 Th , 

Sh .^ 7"' Board announced ldOl,ht U»t 

with dewertptons of suspects . , . . . 

remaining orders governing supply. 

BUILDERS’ MEETING manufacture and distribution of 

Directors of thr Victoria Build- wood P U, P- * nd other 

era’ Exchange will meet January 9 1 >P« of P U, P Wld P“P* r wlU n 
at the Chamber of Commerce board lokpd ** from tomorrow A board 
room, at 4 30 pm. It was Bn - olHclal said the revocation of thr 
nounced yesterday by Kecrrtarv Roy orders was more in the nature of a 
T. Lougheed "tidying up" measure 

• . . Price ceilings on moat of the 

MAVHEW TO SPEAR products were lifted last September 

R W. Mayhew. M P . will be guest and It was announced then that 
speaker at a Join* meeting of the other controls would be removed at 
Victoria Gyro Chib and Victoria the year end. 



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Longtime Friend of Founder 
Parsons Heads Scouts of B.C 



T. W S Paraons, O R E . O Si J , 
former commissioner of the PC 
Police, hae been appointed Provln- 

■ ■ H 

iH 

dent of the Provincial Council at 
Headquarters Vancouver 
The aptwlntment u effective im- 
mediately and brings to Scouting in 
the province a background of man.' ^ 

years Interest In and close contact MM 

with youth In the province He wa* m 

38 years In Uie service of the poller , 

force. V 

Mr. Parsona will aerve in a volun- ,V , n 

leer capacity as do members of the 
Provincial Council and Scout lead- 
ers Hb appointment, which places 

British Columbia and the Yukon. 

is made officially by Lord Alexander t v 

of Tunis Governor General of Can- ... . 

sd*. In the latter’s capacity as Chief *' T s 

Seoul for Canada. year* ha 

ve*r* ne ren 

Prominent and active In tft John f 0l | ndfT 

Ambulance Association for many deB u, u Wl 
years. Mr. Parsons recently .assumed chief' Guide, 
office aa administrator of Queen atlwell. 
Alexandra Solarium for Crippled coincidents 
Children at Mill Bay appointment 



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Wrdnrsilay, December II 1*41 

I Ilf K ilia's S|M’«*cll 

Preserving the iradilion of his reapetied 
father. who originate] it. His Majesty spoke 
to a very large audience around the British 
Linpirc on Christmas Hay. 1 he occasion, 
like the calling of a great family together, 
vv .is impressive as it always has been I he 
King a voice, his choice of words, his evident 
inlerrsi in that great family were all part ol 
a quiet ceremony that the hmpire has come 
to look forward to and to enjoy. In two 
iceling paragraphs His Majesty referred to the 
state ol the world and that courageous part 
in it which is being played by what Joseph 
(.on rad called the Mothership of Nations. 
Saul the King. 

I his third Christmas Day since (he war 
ended finds us still praying that the time 
may soon come when true peace will have 
been established throughout the world when 
all men will be working together with good 
will jo rebuild what has been destroyed, when 
everywhere fear will have given place to 
trust, hardships to well being, and scarcity 
to plenty 

Our memories would indeed be short if 
we have already forgotten to be thankrut tor 
our deliverance from the greatest peril that 
ever threatened our beloved land in all its 
long and glorious history, and we should bp 
showing ourselves unworthy ol what wr 
achieved then if we doubted our power and 
will to win through now." 

Those are thoughts which wilt find a 
kindred feeling in a very wide circle as the 
year closrs. 1 he world s quest is still peace, 
and that peace which all men will help to 
develop. T he "Mothership of Nations" is 
considerably more than the heart of the Brit 
iah Empire; it u still that land which leads 
in a difficult time by the force and weight 
of its example. Nor. as history may *ce it. 
has the world ever had a more magnificent 
example of courage and determination in 
behalf of human weal. 

(iosls and Revenue* 

President R. C. Vaughan of the Canadian 
National Railways, in a review of the opera- 
tions of the publicly owned road the other 
day summarized this year by stating that, 
although the system had earned the largest 
gross revenues ($436,883,000) of any peace- 
time period, "the I *>47 income from all 
sources will be insufficient for the company 
to meet all its fixed charges and interest." 
In other words with the largest revenues in 
history, saving only the peak of the World 
War. the Canadian National may need help 
from the public exchequer. Risen costs, 
notably in labor and materials, had precipi- 
tated this condition. Mr. Vaughan indicated 

While not unmindful of the fact that the 
Canadian National is connected with the 
Railways Asuxiation's bid for a 30 per 
cent increase in freight rates across Canada 
in a case still reserved in decision before the 
Transport Commissioners, one is led very 
quickly to the question if the people of 
Canada themselves can afford much more 
than the $436,883,000 that they paid to the 
Canadian National for services this year, 
along with what they paid other roads for 
kindred services? In short, will more infla- 
tion serve any national purpose' 

The operating condition of Canadian 
railways did not spnng entirely from the 
most recent war. The books of the publicly- 
owned system for a long while back are on 
record. Time after time Parliament has 
, been asked to make good deficiencies where 
costs outran revenues. That may be a point 
for the railways in the freight rates case, no 
doubt; but there is also another angle to it. 
Can the country as a whole afford at their 
peak operations that persistently exceed their 
revenues? In any private endeavor such a 
condition would lead at once to a reduction 
of costs by nccewary means. If the public- 
owned system is not paying now. whar will 
its position be when the war-stimulated vol- 
ume of trade has returned to more normal 
levels? 

The inflation which the railway svstrm 
complains of has also been experienced by the 
public, and in full measure If the cost of mov- 
ing goods rises again fewer goods will be 
moved. How this will benefit anybody is not 
by any means clear. Higher rail charges, if that 
ia the implication of Mr. Vaughan i argu- 
ment. would affect Canada at home and 
abroad. At home, it would lessen the volume 
of business between all provinces. Abroad, it 
would cut into the competitive bidding which 
this country ii already finding it difficult to 
match in many markets. Yet to prosper this 
nation needs a continued volume of exports. 
With the world in its present state perhaps 
the time has come to look more closely at 
those costs. Inflation of itself will take us 
nowhere. 

Mediocre ProgrMtn 

Year-end reviews iasued by government 
department! are generally couched in. the 
most favorable language poM.ble. which is 
not surprising Officials would not be 
human if they did not contrive to put a 5 nod 
fire on matters with.n their custody T here 
fe ■ touch o 4 smugness about the survey gives 



ol army activities during 1947, however', 
when undue credit u taken for the stand- 
down of active service forces from a war- 
umr tooling One might assume this to 
have been a normal and inevitable develop 
ment It until like crowing over nothing 
at all to say that in completing the change- 
over to a peacetime basts "Canada possibly 
achieved what it will take some of her war- 
time allies three, five and ten years to ac- 
complish 

Apart Irom the estimate of years, which 
must be largely guesswork, one supposes 



mat rr enner nations an- unaoie to return to 
a prewar basis as yet it must be because they 
have jsvumed international burdens which 
this country has escaped or avoided I he 
situation scarcely warrants any self pats on 
the bji.k I he observation becomes slightly 
humorous, in fact, when it is realized that 
this change-over of which so much is made 
involved the reduction ol army strength 
from 21.475 to ns prrsent figure of approxi- 
mately 15.000. I hat is hardly a major 
accomplishment, surely, from the stand- 
point ol present day needs it could be con- 
sidered the reverse. 

Since the war to peacetime basis transfer 
is cited as the most important change made in 
the Canadian Army during 1947 it follows 
that the rest of the review is of minor char- 
acter. Although "somewhat short" of man- 
power requirements, recruiting is said to be 
satisfactory. Some branches have been 
merged in the interests of co-ordination, and 
certain administrative and training changes 
have been effected. Activities in the Arctic 
were not a\ widespread nor as general as 
many people expected " It has to be con- 
ceded that not much can be expected from a 
force organized on so limited a scale 

T he review makes the best of a mediocre 
program. I hat is about all that can be laid 
about it as a whole. As constituted at pres- 
ent. the military structure of the Dominion 
is definitely in the minor category, one pe- 
culiarly at variance with the increasing re- 
sponsibility which this country is attempting 
to take in the realm of international affairs. 

I rom a realistic viewpoint, indeed, this re 
port ol 1 94 7 army activity is discouraging. 

Milking the Lout 

A story from Australia rather reverses the 
adage about the sure footed goat, a butcher 
there having hail the experience that there 
is more shadow than substance in the saying. 
He had set out on a projected 12.000-tnilc 
tour around Australia with a goat between 
the shafts of a lightly sprung cart. Whether 
the goat was wise beyond its ken or merely 
allergic to foot travel is not dear, but before 
long man and beast had changed places. 

It was no wonder that the people of Bris- 
bane stared when the man drove into that 
city. It might even be appropriate to say 
that the goal drove in. for it sat bearded and 
indifferent in the drivers seat, while its 
owner was harnessed between the shafts. It 
scorns that after going 143 miles the goat 
got sore feet, so the butcher fitted it with a 
pair of specially made leather boots and tied 
it behind the cart. I hen he pulled the whole 
ensemble himself a further 265 miles. Sus- 
piciously enough, perhaps, even that did not 
satisfy the goat, lor it went so lame he had 
to lift it on to the driving scat. 

I he man is optimistic, however. He be- 
lieves he will get the driving seat back when 
the goat s feet are healed and he can fit it with 
a new pair of shoes People do not realize 
how useful goats arc. he says, as not only 
can they be driven but they can be milked 
along the way. What the goat has to say is 
naturally not forthcoming, but if it can think 
along parallel lines it might he having a good 
laugh to itself It might even be remember- 
ing that there is more than one kind of 
milking 

Sffn in 1’anhiii^ 

The Netherlands Information Office in 
Canada, in association with the Netherlands 
Consulate, had a happy thought when it 
issued as a complimentary favor a date-book 
and diary for 1948 with full-page reproduc- 
tions of Rembrandt s paintings, including 
some of the world's masterpieces Born at 
l.cydcn on July 15. 1606. Rembrandt left 
a body of serious work over which the world 
has marveled for more than three centuries 
The reproductions, though uncolorrd, will 
have a wide and artistic appeal. 

From “A* You Likr It" 

All the ivor Id' i a slag*. 

And all the men and women merely plovers 
They hat's their exits and their entrances. 
And one man in his time plays many parts. 
Hit acts being seven ages. At first the infant. 
Mewhnq and pithing in the nurse $ arms, 
Then the whining schoolboy with hit satchel. 
And shining morning face, creeping hhe snail 
Unwilling to school And then the lover 
Sighing hhe furnace with a woeful ballad 
Made to his mistress eyehrou. Then a soldier 
f ull of strange oaths, and bearded like the 
pard. 

Jealous oi honor. Sudden and quick to quar- 
rels 

Seehing the bubble reputation 
Even in the cannon's mouth And then the 
justice. 

In fair round belly, with good capon lined. 
With eyes severe, and beard of formal cut. 
Full of wise sau’s and modern instances 
And so he plays his part. The sixth age shifts 
Into the lean and slippered pantaloon. 

With spectacles on note, and pouch on side: 
Hit youthful hose, well sailed, a world too 
wide 

for hts shrunk shank: and his big manly 
vouf. 

Turning again towwd ehildith treble, pipes 
And whistle* in his sound. Last scene of all. 
That ends this strange ex'tnlful history. 
fi second childishness, and mere ofi/uinn — 
Non* teeth cans eyes, sany taste tans n try 
thing. /-iHAJJUI fcAAE. 



The Third 

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ID TOM TAYLOR 
HOGMANAY 

ll won l stone be live Scots o( 

I v irionk who tonight will are the 
I old year out and the new one In 
I but this is their special •occasion 
The aong haa It that Hogmanay Is ' 
I their greatest day. and while that 



I not the time to question ll. Thr 
I people of North Britain and their, 

! iJeAcnidants all over the world hav- 
1 no-opted New Years Eve aa their 1 
I very own 

Antiquanr* have been puzzled 
.tbout the derivation of thr term 
Hogmanay, but they are anuquar-l 
Ian*. First-footers won't wonder how 
it came about, being more con- 
cerned with- the fact that It's here 
) First-footing, as I suppose nearly 
everyone knows, to the practice of 
billing on your friends In the wee 
hours after the bells have rung in 
the New Year gnly two things have 
to be remembered; not to go empty- 
handed and not to let a light- hatred 
person cm**, firrt over the threshold 
The first foot over the doorstep must j 
belong to a dark Individual 
And of course If you are of the 
.Ik you don't disregard such pre- 
cautions 

CARE-FREE FESTIVAL 
That la protoablv about the only 
precaution that will be taken Other- 
wise Hogmanay Is a care- free festi- 
val. stemming from conviviality and 
•he deslra to see others happy too 
There Is always the hope, you see, 
that for everyone the new year 




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Study of Dots and Lines May Aid Radar Use 



By ELIZABETH GREEN 



the girls are taking an active part Studying the w*y people -lad and 



Jcttcrs (Editor 

,u riiui lo III tiMi-1 «... o, ;imiU* 
r» t ei>i uv»t lli* »twi »isna'ur« *n« 
•dm*** Ml ih* writft. TbJ* rale 
uf ivo victplion No latter iltauld *»c»*4 
140 wont* In lfi«Ui UnMUciU# ceriee- 
i-onflf r.c« caanoi t>4 returned 



might be better than the old and American Newspaper Alliance in the attempt to make -wiachlner react take* time and skill— and In- CORPORATION WORK 

■o toasts are drunk with more than HADLEY MiUia j** that aren't “too good" for the men genulty in tnveotlng gadget. The ^ rfl . r>VPd letters and 

u ™*' f '* rV ° r . . ,, JO— A new and important kind of W operate them »UfI of the Mount Holyoke unit. phonc al my residence from 

ut * rW with I reaaarch la being subsidized by the Part of the study going on at one ot flve in ,h * H '»P klrL5 ^ ople « ho say they saw m The 

oinir, *a'« n i o a ’ American people— making machines Mount Holyoke, now in Its aecond pro)** 1 include* two full and two Co j onlBt % suggestion made by m# 

a r ni roen- Thousands of dollars year under sub-contract from John* part-time research worker*, a full- i that we raise the Mayor* salary; 

■ mu* **' " * memoran um . {rom navy budget for scientific Hopkins, deals with the average t,nw ‘ niachlnbt, * secretary and a t tits Lliry object to by saying that it 

!he *u traction r. onn research are going into “human man's ability to estimate an angle “umber of part-time assistants w| jj our tmJe , 

r ii . . a*, engineering' 1 for radar accurately. In a small auditorium Dr. Thomas Reese, director of the j wub ^ , n f„nn these good pen- 

n ’" ' '" ' P . -But I thought radar never made on the floor of the library a 11,111 ttnd associate professor of psy- lhat , he ^ j pul lip ^ tll# 

sire to express good wishes for lht| Bull ^h^dr^never^sde ^ ^ cUnftn onp in- of chology .1 Mount Holyoke, reports mftyot , nd r „ unrlf , thln , would 

Sr rnm^^nd'be'^r'^ublfct M hlmielf H, l, ruin'. In&UUbly tlw ruc,ln th ' Wkground 11»t more M pmwn, worlrt m|UC( , our m»trrl«llv 

FZJZlLZt nre r,rr r,r„u ,h, .p- »•' - “»a»r -<rem. . Ur« round. ««* ■»»*'**» )«“''< M, Rroprrnmnn o ;hm .. ,rop 

ft oUirra. .nd .re U*. t»E- «• •> fe ‘JSf JS A ” 5?" "US? ““”.5?” 



?. Zn. b ."7t”.re ProJTi tb, u,L,„. . •» lb dwmrler Th. | « pm.-imr. ^ or ,U- ^ u ua m how ». 

rh.no. of rnrdlal Trelinir, Mr urlrnohr, .pre.1. Irom uriknoun Projector behind Ih. curUln Uire» , lullral l ,>b * or drolling Horrid bonrUr our lorg, Unprore- 

change of cordial reelings iaxr * . m hi-- i rTn#4«nn«rfii»(M u^n .... ......... 



a ' far n««ihic in festive distance*. But the person who read* 0,1 to thr dlftC • B,n K le diagonal Undergraduates a* well a* mem- mem investments, 
p ' ^ ,Rr „ ^ r ‘ the radar screen ts a human being ! ,lne «'**» , ntllng from the centre lo bers of the faculty are sharing in j claorn by lrtunc our own city 

fonrtatlv that I* vet who ^ **' ™ d " act , th * '*** unknown angle the research. Enid Moesleln U at- .staff handle everything in civic 

II pus ■ ms lonxwuy. r machines that can take A «roup of young women .ealed tn temotlng to find oul whether gucos- eonslrucUona that they will save 



the gist of the matter. 

It t* tomorrow^ after the merTy- 
mnklnK I* over, that you go on to 
1 the resolution stage. tho*e little 



He needs machines that can take A » rou P 01 young women .eatesi in lemoun* so nna oui wnesm-r gurse- con- trunn.n' mui tney win save 

his errors and .speed of working into * ronl °t Hie screen marked down In* or trying to count the number the City of Victoria large amounta 

account. ,he,r estimate of tiiLs angle, flashed of dots In a small area is more apl of money. 

The air traffic ufficer of the future on for half a second. to accurate and at what number of course we cannot expect them 



a-hit* wrlr thmmrh whtrh vou hone in »y he forced, at one time, to guide Ixxal high school boys also took Increase fastest to drag along on the tame old 

Lnmehr » tn «,«-k « revolution in 50 P ,Rn, ' s lo the ground through part In the expertmenl After Jeanne Llmpert U studying another salary, therefore I say they are en- 
|^SL lr .w- npif . « wrlve fo « 6,nc « this 1* too much of a checking thousands of individual ot lhr terhnlous of estlmat- titled to a raise in their pay when 

T , ._ hn rm'M ennueh P°^ r for any normal human being, ■ estimate* psychologists are eon- ln * ai,d Elpanof Dunn u they work nut the plan* and srs 

lf f . w ... mn naKr l«ychalogL*ts are hard at work now vtneed that there u no difference C°ha bo ruling with Audrey Overin responsible for the work 

lnn. Vh,. ^Tlnmn nndlfl t «ut how fast the average here between the accuracy or men ln » n efTort estimate the st/e of JAMES A. CHIP PITH 

^d to fsTl hv t h e w sv^e so man can r ^ d - »hal kind or dot* and of women. Chris can read a obJecl R «‘ n br,e,1 7 on * ftrreen 10* « Mos* Street. Victoria. B C, 
, rkl r , |p m ak!ng New and ,lnf * h * “ n ,fe mr »t accurate- radar screen Just as well a* boya. Such experimenu call for all sorts , December 2». 1»47, 

Yrnr rewtluUons long ago but ly * *' 1,111 • orU of knob * he U best The first experiment was varied o* unexpected devices: a projector 

nmvbe It should begin over arnln "hie to twist In a hurry- aU Jobs In through an Ingenious eoutraptlon ‘hat respond* to a reaction made L' .* .. „ ( nrt J I// fnf ,v 

maybe it should i j.m o again hnnd| , nB K r ^ Kt Ktf .^ br whlch one 8UbJecti a]Qnr by a subject siting 45 fe-t away '"TOl '»»'/>/> J 

ON RFSiOl.l TIONH kmd of resrarch called ^y. m the auditorium, turned a dial at a»<* ‘he same time records the Alsglinnlinn 

Thr same old almanac haa a dr- chophyslcal ln academic circles, his seat and brought the diagonal i-iapM^ Unie of the reaction, or an * 1 ' 
cultous word to snv about this also, can be carried on without an array line on the screen as close aa he hffht that will «hrow a shadow LISBON. Dec 30 oPi — Fhrmrr 
at follows- of Buck Rogers equipment. One could be the angle he was told to without any “luxe.” Designing King Carol of Romania tonight re- 

“Every first of January' that wt important unit of the navy's radar make. Another experiment now elaborate gadget* *» the special ,-elvrd thr new* of the abdication 

arrive at Is an Imaginary mile- project, being directed by Johns going on has to do with the num- province of Dr. Joan Vuikmann. I 0 f hu King Michael, as mon- 

•tone on the turnpike track of Hopkins University. Is located at ber of Ut tie dots that a person can ““date professor of psychology K rcli of Romania, with apparent 
human life at once s resting- Mount Holyoke, one of the coun- I estimate accurately ln a given space, he consult* members of the physic* aatufactlnn and excitement 
place for thought and meditation, try's oldest college* for women either In one brief glimpse or with department for the mod intricate I Caro , refused any comment how- 
i and a starting point for fresh ex- Both as subjects and a* researcher*. | all the time he wants electrical operation* rvt , r when mte-rxlewecl 



Ease Dearth 



ertion In the performance of our Reports on each successive set of 

iP.irnc. The nan who doe. nM .t . . . I M.r e ,.rlne eelte !or 17 crnl. per «P<'1nie 11 u go w Uie olher lour 

2* V 1 , f Ihserva I ion wi be,.™ or . . U h..dr m i, “ *» ^ 

,h,o reer then he WH ">■ , 1 ’ ‘‘ 1 To. .1 86 renU per pound r.rrta k "‘» 

eUher top, good or very **• Indeed , , ul , ld5 10 „ nu , loborgurr. In Khrol. Ul.nd, to Pur- 

And only to propone to be better | ° due University In Indiana, and to 

is something; if nothing else, It is \iitl New York University. If a certain 

an acknowledgment of our need L nOA n A nw*l» dev,c « ,w,m * 10 he called for by a 

to be ao. which Is the first step to- Herbett Hoover remarked that Ij 4 't k SC 1/1 Cl I III psychological study, tue Field lab- 

wards amendment But. in fact, to tlme will prove Ctunmunlsm to be oratory ln Rhode Island may build 

propose to oneself to do well. l> In unworkable theory. The problem, /ce || , one to see whether theory is borne 

some sort to do well, positively; for however. Is to deride what to do I It I Ot^|(QPS out 111 P r * ctlc « Th 1 * engineering 

there Is no such tiling as a station- while waiting for time to win the A centre also Investigate* the relative 

ary point in human enden venire; he argument ... I seem to know that LONDON. Dec jo «F>. - “The efficiency of round versus square 
who Is not worse today than he we* man's face Whnt does hr do?" BUI, Buttle of the Potato." the latest gnobs and grilled Handle* versus 
yesterday, la better: and he who 1* ‘he Broad Street barber, ticked the csm palgn to maintain Britain'* unooth one* tn It* efforts lo make 
not better. Ls worse" \\jom when a customer left the shop. ) living standards, is being won by old-fashioned man more at home 

That sounds like a homily and Hp la Dorn Toronto. He travels voluntary effort, official report* In- “» ‘he streamlined age. 
tonight Is not precisely the time for m stove* .** the boo* answered. “Can’t dlcatcd today. The findings of each unit are 

preaching, but there'* an idea there, he afford a car?" Bill Inquired . . . drmiehu. and ikm. mu » ,onK not *»!/ *« the other 



Rep<jrts on each succeoslve set of “I have alwuy* refused to make 
Margarine «ella lor 17 cent* per p *P p rlmenU go to Uia Oliver four lUtement* to the press until now " 
pound because of a »-eent suhsldy. I unlu ,n the P roJect: 10 Johna Hop- he said. *'a* I did not want to em- 
Tea at 86 cent* per pound carrlea kl11 * ,n BftJ ‘ lm or*. to the Field barraM In any way the course of 
a subsidy of 10 cents. 1 ‘*‘*>**‘0*7 hi Rhode Island, to Pur- event* ln Romania. 

due University In Indiana, and to “In view of the latest events, I 
- Npw Yort University. If * certain (eel that I shall a/x>n be able to 

r ‘ 1 WA I laaorl ll devlce 10 ^ c * ,lrd lor by * , P PRk Decly but ‘hi* I shall do 

I JflnC l/CUl I II psychological study, tne Field lab- only after my son is safely out of 

oratory ln Rhode Island may build Romania ” 

I) . | on# 10 whether theory ta borne Carol is living In Estoril, reaort 

" / I I 01 <llO“S out ^ prmcUce T* 11 * «nglneertng j town near Llheon 

centre also Inveatlgatea the relative 

LONDON. Dec. 10 CF — “The efficiency of round versus square , r . , ... 



lielrg at Victoria 

DKCKMtim 



don't you think? And when the bell* Some Briton* complain that their notato** were rationed durlne rour - bm • lao *° "t 0 " ‘h*n 100 

i?" r 1 "" : n , " k - r- ov " .s^L.rT-r ‘r*T r IS. *SST« Z . miu '* r ' "— «• •»*- >•* 



| have a solemn flash leaven your 
I merriment. 

NEW BOOK OF DA YB 
, Charles Lamb had something to 



. . . “This newspaper artlelp says 
that women require more sleep than 
men ' the Keating Bqulrr com- 
mented at dinner time “Really?" 



Buppllaa for the householders are 
In Jeopardy unless output can be 



fortui-ra, compulsory cropping ar- 
rangement* would be lmp<*cd 



findings ln scientific Journals 



'of the Information will be of little is 
value, of oourse. some may be the J" 



-av about this “Of all sounds 0 fP ** wTSSm n 111 Journal, j? * > * ’* 

all Delia mmt touching 1* U.e peal bf,,fr not w "“ U P for ^ tonight," |MB * ^ What will Uiey prove-aU theee |J J JJ »»,•« J J 

which rlngv out Uie old year I never thr M ‘ ulrr added • • • rrom T* 1 * Hr hind the ama-sl su . him that Lhou “ nd * of records of Uie way » i i» J * to ij jt 

h~r.lt without a gathering up of Oue.ph Mercury “Farm life has ,U ^ enlarged ^ — u »> — IS i-S •«!#»? WWW V.”" \ 

mv mind to a concmtrallon of all dr * wbwJu » nd » Uo com pens a- * ^ fcrr m „ d(> m ,, k j v , dOU and upace* tn a hurry? 8omr » - {•«• »» - 

the imavr-, that have lieen diffused " ,,rL * Not thr h " iit of latter faJTUCrt r( , m ul|in ^ _ ln _ of the tnfarmaUon will be of lltUe ts n •• t! S l. 

over the put twelvemonth ail I * the ,ln ** of friendship Uiat r>n Z Imp^rtl V4,u *- of eouw - thf « Ri?5!S« £ h l 

have done or suffered nerfonned or w *PP Br ent ln m*>it rural com- ^ ba*l* for "humanizing'' radar toa” J # o • rv tsuuieui «i • 

n-,-re,ed m *'«. there u tn.rreM «»< 0«renunen. de.ee. no on. „„ predie. . 3 In l.iS’S ISliU'JiSS l 

Hr began to know the old year'r ‘he welfare of each and rvrry house- f ‘S or '‘-‘ , emphasized Britain s de- Mjmf might even help us use an- 11 * ’* * •' L’* • t it isti ji it i 

worth he added, when it wa‘* dr- bnld - >; nd *>rnpathy Roe* far “ ftehln * lhJl1 h “ prWed 100 n2mS 'iTu 

rpartlng for ever beyond mere lip-service. It might rammed menu.* During the rive- f Ml aJM j ^ powerful for many '|M Th» ftavir't for lirjght »»r»e •• 

That's nnr Uiougltt about tonight ntl1 be a bad Idea If urbun residents - v, " ,,r P r rt''d 1931-39, the average hurn an opera torw-the poster 

,Bv tomorrow 1947 will have Eon ^ could capture some of the neighbor- consumption of potatoes for food automobile. SSSnTis 

for ever. good, bad or Indlffen-nt ^ -P^lt Which make, farm life ™ ^ k1 ^ I — - — -S T ^ 

a- It may have been You won't be mi " h n »’ rr and more “J .°f 0b " ^ ■ wm «* A />ff|rrlin(F In I || Uq'IsfUl 

able to call It back agreeable than it 1* sometimes pie- ^0 tons. flvtUrUylg IU ISOIl • 

But you won't be worrying over- lurMl - - person* try to iCoevrienu ts«i ►» gi» Cutiwruoai 

much about that if you go r»rst-i mrr ‘ thp ‘ r r-xprane* by dmlglng Al RFLI S FORI, KEEN it U always a painful slgnt when Examination of the bidding dla- 



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bryond mere llp-oervtce. It might rationed menu* During the five- f Ml and too powerful for munjr nlfh? Th« for hright aer*e *• 

riot be a bad Idea lf urban residents ! J"’ !,r P rr,,>d 1954-39. the average hum an opera tora-t he pessenger w^rTh!. h - ! . h .'V:.,V'Y 



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much about that If you gn HrM- w,c " 1 DV a™*ing ' ' It U always a painful atgnt when Examination of the bidding dis- 

rooting this Hogmanay. 1 dare say br™ Article* wniten by Social- VANCOUVER Dec '30 <CF» If pan^r “carrtea" the other In closes that North did a great deal 
You’ll be looking forward to to- *** “ rr detect All the verbs the weatherman U right, the City th * Ma a\ng. he alone drawing the more than hi* share and South a 

morrow the first clean unspoiled *"■ ,n the fu,ur * Usrw * ■ r of Vancouver will liave more than pro p^ r Inference* and taking thr great dral lew. In reaching even 

page in a new brok of days with all 7 cpnt * P« r P ***** EngUnd 138,000 to add to ll* general revenue prop< . r chances In today* deal the small-slam contract South • 

the promise that It holds The nlce b€c * U8 ' “ r*mer a government account The city appropriated $50.- Bouth might tlmoet as well have flr*t two bid*- two diamonds and 



thing about New Year ts that it 'subsidy of 3's cent*. Milk at 17 000 for snowr clearance in 1947 but | r f t table 

U all-inclusive The BcoU have co- c * nU P^ r quart bears a subsidy of used only 124 720 The weatherman North, dealer 

opted it to their own special rite* * cent* Sugar *t 6 cent* per pound forecast ahowera for the last day North-Bouth 

hut It belongs to everyone B subsidized to the extent of 4 cento of 1947. N 

And ao. simply but not Idly, a . 



Happy New Year to vou 

FIochIs Damage France 
After Much Rain, Snow 

STRARBntmO. France. Dec. 30 
•*»> -Flood* from heavy rain* and 
melting snow started receding to- 
day In Alsace and lorratne, leav- 
ing behind considerable damage 

E p t n a 1 and flaarwerden are 
isolated. Baaregulmlnes ha* been 
partly evacuated, and Manvy ha* no 
electric power Only ona line ts 
passable for Parta-fitrasbnurg iralns 
Water on track* halted service be- 
tween Part* and LUIe. 

Water brtmmed over all tribu-. 
lartes of th# Rhln# tn thy flat Alt 
saltan plain and In Lorrath* C*t*> 
and poultry dF’ivoed mine* sod 
factotles Were flcnded roads were 
I washed nut. and some bridge* were 
Uvepi a wag. 



TWEXTYWE YEARS AU) 

• From Tb# Osllf Colonist of Poremtwr ]|. 1SJJ 
fjquor Money Arrive*— City Treasurer E. C. 8mlth received 
a cheque from the Provincial Government yesterday for *49.957 *3. 
representing the city'* share of the liquor profit* for the itx month* 
ending Septeuioer 30. Half of the money will go to the Jubilee 

Hospital 



FIFTY YEARS AU) 

>rxa Tho Dsllr Col aa 1st of Dwonkw 11. ia»T 
Aibeml Lina Useless The own plaint against the Oovernmgnt 
telegraph Une between Nanaimo and Aibeml turn* but upon Gov- 
ernment Investigation to be ground)**.* The report to the Public 
Works Department was to the effect lhat It ts impossible to keep 
the roast line In working order during the prevalence of storm* 
of la»e by Which It was thrown out a nr, rendered useless 



SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS AU) 

•Tr*m Th* Da It* Otitis* CeMc.. «• re--r- - It I rtf' 

To Ball Hie fltr Jam*- Douglas for the East CVwut. snd the 
Enterprise for New Westminster will nil this morning 



left the table the double of spadew— were correct. 

North, dealer but his five-diamond overcall of hi* 

North-South vulnerable partner’s four heart* was a criminal 

NORTH understatement of hi* own value# 

* R 4 In post-morteming the deal, 

v Q 9 I 8 ] 2 North explained that he had de- 

* A (| 10 I < llberateiy rebtd his far from strong 

* — heart suK In the very hope that 

WERT EAST South would have to deny support, 

a 10 9173 and tt was this action. South said. 
VKJlOft *14 that give him the courage to bid 

• — six diamonds In other word*, h# 

a K 10 9 7 3 * A Q J tl I 1 was gambling on finding South with 

BOUTH a singleton heart. It appeared rx- 

a A Q J 4 trwmely probable. North furtl^r 

* A said, lhat South had U># spad# sea, 

* K T • I I 1 both for his first frae Md and for 

* I 4 Ms double of spades 

The bidding This was good, sporty reasoning 

North E*'< Houlh W* i on Norths part, but tt should not 

34 3 NT hav# been neceaaary. Bouth should 

I a Double « a bars jumped a* the eharw-a to maka 

Paas I ♦ Pass a eu# bkJ of four agidaa over 

• a Pass Pass Paas North* four heart*, and when 

ft to plain enough that Bouth had North tn turn then rue Md Hi, ha 
no trouble with his tii-diamottd is* he would have South would 
contract— In fart, the r. mbtnevi need no funlter presiding to bid the 



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SCOTCH WHISKY 



GLORIOUS BEST 



S tockers 

ECURITY 
TORACE II? 

VICTORIAS FINEST 
FURNITURE • • 

• • WAREHOUSE 

MOVING-PACKING 

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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1947 



overies at Chalk River Atomic Energy Plant Stimulate Scientific Research Crain Rationed 



Many Machine Tools to Co 
To Philippines F 

By srfcNClR DAVIi • par 

A P. Srwa Analyst I pan 

MANILA, Dec. >0 UP) -A » 11.000 - **bli 
000 “birthday present ’ Is walling °* 1 
for Philippine* President Manuel 4 ** 

A Roxaa In Yokosuka. Japan. 

KO 

It appear* c«ruln. however, that 



janese 



WASHINGTON. Dec 30 WB.~ Ag- 
riculture Secretary Anderson today 
ordered United States whisky manu- 
facturer! to ration train In an effort 
to save rts I n for food. 

Artlnf under authority ol the 



Secretary limited grai 



tillers to 2.450.000 bushels In the per- 
iod ending January 21, 1948 

This quantity eomparre with an 
average use of about 5,000,000 bu&h- 
<-Ls a mohth during the Aral ten 
months this year. 

Re-eUabUshment of controls In 
u&a during the war followed failure 
of the industry and the Government 
to get together on a voluntary pro- 
gram of restricted use of grain after 
expiration December 34 of the (to- 
day production holiday. 

, The order lx effective at midnight 
tonight 

Each diaLllilng plant will get a 
ration of grain. Tills kill be 21 per 
cent of Its average monthly use of 
grain during the four months from 
December 1948. through 



YARD CLEARANCE 



ermor*. experts on the Filipino 
reparations team In Tuklo estimate 
It might take a year to complete 
the shipment to Manila unless a 
gnod-slzed fleet of cargo veaarls is 
made available. 

Meanwhile, a solid, if unofficial, 
block of opinion In ths Philippines 
is veering away from the Idea of 
stripping Japan of Its industrial 
potential. 

Opinion bera has been put into s 
memorandum Incorporating a 
“production to pay" doctrine, and 
transmitted to the United Mates 
State Department. It Is not official, 
but It cornea from influential lead- 
ers of the Chinese Community In 
Manila. 

Their plan, briefly, Is to set up 
s long -term Allied control of Ja- 
ps near industry and commerce to 
provide for Japan's peaceful needs 
mid to produce good# and service* 
heeded by the rest of die world. 



DANGER 



MJUM8M WOHlXfi TIME 
m (AY ini Till 

so ms is - 

AS SilflSQ ~ Sr ; 

hbsiielieo ; Jr 



DRY MILLWOOD 

r * t ceid $6 00 



March, 

1947. plus 1 4 times Its daily mash- 
ing capacity. 

.Anderson prohibited the use of 
wheat under the grain allocation 



Glib Promoter 
Proves Fa be 
In Vancouver 

VANCOUVER. Dec 30 *CP». — A 
glib, pseudo-Hollywood production 
man. who talked in millions of dol- 
lars. gave police the slip (oduy and 
with him went an overnight dream 



For Formit Tl|«»liw n Ba»|« 

BIG LOADS f 450 

ImatStaU 0*41 vary 

*•* Card 

OrlUrrrd la lh H 1-Car* 
Tracks 

CMP HE c 

L woon rn L 



.nning rooms with pi 
ed by Dlfgon'g. 



I It was great while it lasted and I 
moved fu-*t as a Keystone eupr I 

comedy. 

Last night a balding. dapper little 
man walked into a Vancouver club 
und aigned himself as “Prank 
Capra. Jr." report era dame pelting 
to see him. 

| A big story was told of a movie 
to be filmed here featuring a 
' prominent Vancouver family and i 
would have a? lu stars, John 
I Wajrue. Claire Trevor and Jack 
Holt. Jr. 

j “Dwd" (Frank Capra, Br.) would 
do It. backed by a *35.000.000 or *30.- i 
1 000 000 company. 

| But the bubble broke today. 

A telephone call to Mr. Capra. 
Sr. in Hollywood revealed that he 
had no Intention of coming to Can- 1 
oda and his son — at home An Holly- 
wood— was II years old. 

However, Vancouver’s Frank 
Capra. Jr., who had called press 
conference, explained all Oils away , 
... “Just Hollywood Jealousy." He 
1 promised to clear up everything If 
I everybody— the police were begin- 
ning to get Interested— would drop 
up to his room. 

I He said he would meet them 
there. They showed up — but he I 
| didn’t. “Mr. Capra" stepped Into a i| 
| swinging door when no one was * 

I looking. 



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Through media of radioactive Isotopes now being produced after two yetr'a work st National Research Council* atomic energy plant at Chalk River. Ontario, new stimulus has been 
given to scientific research. Isotopes, through radioactivity, era valuable in physical, chemical and biological fields. Top left picture shows pile building seen through gates of plant 
housing great atomic “pile." At upper right, operator is shown preparing radioactive ieotopea from fission products by remote control. He ia protected by thick wall of lead bricks. 
Machine in lower left picture ia used for making fine quarts threads for micro-balance which can measure accurately up to one ten-millionth of a gram. Because of dangers in- 
volved, only minute amounts of radioactive materials can be handled, and extremely sensitive Instruments, like microscope shown in lower right, mutt be used. 



Cheap Lumber 



•ea terminal at that point to be used 
by ships, trains, buses, freight 
trucks. 



Future Plans (hit lined 
By President of C.P.B 

■/ e/ 



Labor Member Hits Feonomists 
Who Try to Dominate Business 



PICTURE 

framing 



renamed the Beaverbrae, will carry ' 
800 Immigrants to this country each * 
trip In 1948. 

The Canadian Pacific fleet U being ( 
re-established ns a major Atlantic ^ 
carrier. The Emprt-aa of Canada to 
already In service and will be Joined L 
next Spring by the Duchess of Bed- 1, 
ford which Is being oon verted Into ‘ 
the SmpreM of Scotland. 

Four fast cargo Unrra art now 'I 
In operation while two mixed paa- : 
senger and cargo ships complete the 
Atlantic fleet. 

“Plana fur further expansion of the 
Canadian Pacific fleet Include new 
paasenger liners to be built when 
construction costa reach a level 
which will permit building on a 
sound basis." Mr Neal said, although 
two ships are now being completed In 
the United Kingdom for the B.C 
coastal fleet. 

Mr. Neal mentioned the long study | 
of the waterfront situation st Ns-, 
nalmo which has resulted In the 
drawing up of plans for a land and 



MONTREAL Dec *0 CFi .—The 
Canadian Pacific Railway Intend* to 
continue rendering the service* to 
the nation for which it was estab- 
lished but only when possible to 
provide them on a sound economic 
basis. W M. Neal. C BE-, chairman 
and president of the company, said 
in a year-end statement today. 

•*Tn common with all other Ca- 
nadian corporations and with all 
Canadians as Individuals, tits C P R j 
during 1947 wns fared with and to 
still facing steadily Increasing costa 
In materials and wages." he sold 

•“Thera are no Indications that this 
particular trend will change In the 
Immediate future. In fact, there are 
Indications that this upward trend 
will continue In 1948." 

Mr. Neal praised the “preliminary 
■taps Uken by the Federal Govern- 
ment to develop a flow of suitable 
Immigration Into Canada." The Ca«; 
nadlan Pacirte had purchased the 
former German 



When 



LONDON. Dec 11 Cl 
Alfred Edward*, 80, Labor member him two and one-half years to ob- 1 
for East Middlesbrough, rise* to ' tain parmlsslon from the Board of 
1 speak In the Commons a flutter of , Trade and Ministries of 8upply and I 
anxltty passe* down the front bench. Works to start a new factory. He won ' 
where ministers alt. | hla olm Just as ths Government de- 1 

Fur Edwards, a auccmsful man- flded on euU In capital construc- 
aging director In the tough Iron I Unn aa an economy meaaure and for 
and ateel Industry, haa doubt* and all he knows he may never be allowed 
I criticisms of eontroto and civil errr- 1 to build. 

ant* hla colleague* do not ahara. I Lika every other British -par 11a- 
At a time when hto party - and his tnentarion, Edwards avoid* criticism 
loyalty to It haa not been questioned f, f Individual civil servant*. He says 
-extends slate eontrol through na- the average Government worker 
tlonallsadon programs, Edwards admits lack of qualifications for, 
gives enmbre warning that the at- directing Industrial undertakings, 
tempt to run competitive Industry I But he haa cutting words for the 
by civil servant* la In danger of I HFsb'in. 

bringing down Ihe Government I "Whet pussies me is why you 

His plan to for an UnveatJgatlon ,hould “V*' *° tlnA ‘ ot 

I into operation of armimto bv the ouUld * MiiMirj who eon do 

tlia Job better than people Inside 
Industry." ha said 
"The planner* in Government de- 
partment* are Just organised mud- 
dlers The planning department* are 
overloaded with economists, T do not 
know of an economist who has been 
roccoasful In business ." 



SPECIAL 



NOW BIO INDUSTRY 
Beekeeping was known bo the an- 
cient* thousands of years ago, but 
only within the last 80 year* has It 
proved a source of profit to the agri- 
culturist. 



Oddities 



DETROIT, Dec. 38 Cl*),— While 
■Hire than a score of policemen 
concentrated on strike* and apart* 
In their bowling teagu* at • pin 
alley here last night, a thief walked 
oat with Uis revolvers of five of 
the officer*. 

The red-faced patrolmen began 
o orareh for th« Intruder* who 
apparently climbed over a parti- 
tion between the main room and 
the checkroom while the attendant 
was away U lunch, and mod* off 
with the weapon*. 



THEY MUST IE GOOD 

YOUE FAVOUm CANDY STOftt 

61 2A VIEW ST. KrStf. 



Hauscuran. 
which to being refitted and which, 



Students to Vote 
On Reduced Fares 

• WINNIPEG, Dee. 20 CP).— A reso- 
lution urging reduced rail and air 
fare for all student* in the tn- 
berdst* of education and Increased 
travel will be voted upon tomorrow 
by delegate* attending th* l lth an- 
nual oonferenc* of th* Canadian 
Federation of UnlvenSty Students 
'here. 

A aepaxat* resolution a ska re- 
duced fares for university student 
bodies engaged In Inter- varsity oc- 
| tlvltea. 

I These and other recommendations 
were discussed today by conference 
orm ml tiers appointed to *lft wur- 
geof Irma made by 8ft delegates, rep- 
resenting 21 universities across the 
Dominion 

Final decision on the recommen- 
dation* will be made by th* con- 
ference a* a whole before the con- 
vention conclude* tomorrow night. 



ABOUT *• ■"w •" Un** lot. Urm 
ah | i Mitre Coo*»mmt PrmUM 

.... M Olv» Too B*ru Brller (Wrti™ 

' “4* Dim In li>< Fool 

rvanrorre healtji rapfikchb and remoranrTT 
n ntAcx TnaotTonotrr rw« woar.n rw ism 

HAROLD A. LIES, Proprietor 

tiyj ■ ft MO* T i) AR/'MIS, Wmifiti* 

, Oran* Onion Market aranab 

i uoonrtDMWi si g M Un«s *trM« Waot Vaaootirw 



ONLY ONE SAUCE 
GIVIS THIS 



WlNDbOK, Berkshire. England. 
Dec. 10 CPi,— Each bum eyed hto 
fellow askahee and a rloud of »»- 
plrion hung over Vletoria barrack* 
her* following disappearance of 
100 pownds of Christmas coke foe 
the < hntim* te* party *1 the 
lot Battalion, Grenadier G Sards. 

But the erlme was laid at th* 
door of the culprits when detec- 
tive*. punning a damning trail of 
c ruin bo and Icing, found them- 
arlvco In the drummers' dormitory. 

Twenty lltU* drummer boya 
cenfcowed they had liberated the 
cake, carved It with a bayonet and 
made a midnight feast of It. 

They have a date with the wo- 
manding officer. 



THI WO«iD*S 



-AOftO 

Lives ST CHATEAU VI LAlH, FRANCE 



ENID. Okla.. Dec. 20 uP),— Yeggs 
tried but failed to crack a safe at 
Ih# Magnolia Petroleum Company 
here over th* week-end. 

They missed a double reward 
The safe Jammed shut seven yean 
ago and the company has a standing 
offer of 112 to anyone who ran open 
IL 



USE THE 

OLD 

“RELIABLE 



Seyms is and raUto* stmt 
down wndonwwth where fly- 
ing recks, grovel and car- 
eemre road **lt* make any 
oar old and army But so* 
"TTNDFRSKAL Pretnrtire 
Coating, th* new epraywt- 
ow rooting, eaato under part* 
with • tough, H inch thick, 
rubbery "hid* It protect* 
ago i not rust w**r . . . sltoorfa* 
iwttto* and *q weak*., anabaa 
■at ear last longer, rid* 



THE SOUTHERN PNCFK B P m nc TTHAEMAP1 L00R 

Mv fiakerylald. California 

ACTUALLY CROSSES ftSELf V) GAM EiDfUlGH / 

nesses n*u m nsnas w w mjzt 



S LOCATIONS 
IN ALL 



Ecologically speaking, ape* are 
more Uke man than like monkeyi 



Pie are eddrem all queries to Cartoonist Ripley, 0 0 King feature*. 
New York City. N Y 



TWOTIngl 



SCOTCH WHISKY 



NEW YEAR'S EVE 

1M0 A M. 

HOLY COMMUNION 

and 

WATCH NIGHT SERVICE 



i u * «• 

e soil htoani 
o ooootwonoa. s*>t«.»r? 



Ihu odvcrturment u not published or displayed by the I up. or 

Ooocrol Hoard or by dm ysrnrwni a 4 Br l tkt CnLumhi* 



DUNCAN 











F DIR€CT fton. CNGLANP 

1105 Ci 0 V € R N M f N T ST - G 7 3 3 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B C 



WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1947 



Social and 
Personal 



W ife of New Premier Looking F 



Woman Elevated to Czech 
Cabinet Industrial Cost 



omc 



M RS Byron I. Johnson. vile of 
the new Premier of British 
Columbia, although gracious and 
charming about giving an Interview, 
tells you tha’l ihe Isn't very fond 
of personal publicity. Tu u t* her 
Mr and Mrs. J. H. Carefoot. Aua- |own word*: “When it comas to talk- 
tin Avenue, have returned to their j mg about myaelf. I’m not very good 
home after spending the holiday and there - 4 ^ny not much to lay." 
,uh l, " lr m ^Vancouver | Thfn , h , , nd n , hl ,.. y 

Mr and Mrs. Allan Noble. Queen you know that Mia Johnson po*- 



MIm Sheila Stewart of Vanruu- 
ver, la a guest of Mr. and Mra H 
E. Ride wood. 423 bl Char Isa Street 



PRAGUE. Dec 30 .4*) .—The first 
swish of petticoat politic* ha* been 
In Ciecho-Slmakla's highest Gov- 
ernment circle* with the elevation 
of Mrs Ludmila Jankovcova to the 
poat of Minuter of Induatry. 

Now the Cummunbt women dep 
utlea are reported Just the teeniest 
bit Jealous and wanting one of their 
number in a cabinet poat to match 



Meantime, however, the envious 
outer* on the Communist side of 
the Government House think their 
paaty ought to have Mime thing just 
as good. 

The Communists have the social 
welfare and information posts and 
others, and the girl* have been ink- 
ing pointedly, if somewhat plain- 
tively , why one of their number 



Charlotte 



of their 



attained 



of humor. * » 

"A ■ •* 'th a? Hie 

■ * ^ 

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m m x.. 

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I - . e ■ ' <> • 

■ : 

•. ' ,f WsMmBML&i, 

t S * ^ \ 

I 

Js.Wj 

their affair* are settled in New 
Bill , Westminster “But I know I'm going 

to love being back here.’* ahe said. MRS BYRON 

Premier and Mrs. Johnson were her native Scotland, and lived here 
married in Victoria in 191®. a few until they moved to New Westmln- 
yeara after she had arrived from ster 13 years ago. 



welfare post, at least 
Their Candida tc would be then 
3 The Csech N*a- ol *totaiidlng leader, Mrs Maria 
li* the Social 8vcrn,ov *- * Journalist who u the 
.d ' tiie People » * ,dow °* * Communist editor killed 
i»vak Democrats 1,1 lhr slmwk uprising against the 
German. 1 

U a 60-year -old The Notional Soc la lists. loo think 
widow whose husband was killed Ui 1 that unr n( thru women should get 
the underground resistance move- *®M higher honor. The deputy 
raent during the German occupa- Mr*- Milada Horakova probably 
Uon. She herself remained In the would be singled out for some honor 
country at first trying to teach. . •* the first of that group. There 
and then forced Into manual labor has been some talk of muling an 
In an electrical goods factory by ambassadorial post for her 
the German occupiers. 

Despite her rigorous experience*, 
she and her son. now 14 and still 
going to school, emerged safely from 
the war. 

An economist. Mrs Jankovcova 
became a career worker In the 
MlnUtry of Industry. Meanwhile 
she kept up her political work with 
the Social Democratic Parly. When 
the party, at a recent congress, de- 
cided to disentangle Itself from the 
Communists, it elected Bohiunll 
Lauamun a* Its chairman and he 
resigned ax Minister of Industry to 
give full time to the reconstituted 
party. 

Mrs. Jankovcova was promoted to 
Lauunans old cabinet past where 
vhr has the task of rounding out the 
Government's two-year industrial 
plan and getting a start nn the five- 
year plan which ir to get under 
way in January. 1949. 

STUDENT 09 CO-OPS 

She Ls an avid student of the 
British co-operauve movement, hav- 
ing visited In Britain to observe Its 
workings. She also ha* traveled 
widely on the Continent to complete 
her economic *tudie* 

Her young son's reaction u> the 
new* of 111 * mother's promotion was 
typical of youth everywhere 
| "He was afraid that the other 
youngster* Ui school might laugh 
at him Mr having a Government 
mother, "Ahe said. “HU find ques- 
tion was: 'Can't you resign?'" 



Mrs. Bowles, at Sooke 



Mr. and Mrs. Inn Simpson will 
be "at home'' on New Year's Day 
from 3:30 to 5:30 at "Gleniyon." 
Beach Drive, for all old Soys of 
Gleniyon School. 



Mias Dorothy Adams entertained 
at a cocktail party recently oi her. 
home In Sidney in honor of Mlaa 
Beverley SmlU^-of Winnipeg In- 
vited guests included the Misses 
Brenda Thomas. Shirley Cliff, 
Frances Armstrong. Beryl Nation, 
Helen Brethour. Beverley and Gall 
[.Smith and Messrs. Dave Campbell. 
Murray Cliff. Michael Butler, Bill 
| Cunningham. Clifton Colpltts^ Jim 
Robertson, Victor Fuggle 
| Thompson. Desmond O'Hal 
| Johnnie Moore and John Murray. \ 

i In honor of Mist. Helen Robinson j 
I who leave* on New Year's Day to 1 
loin her parents, Mr. and Mrs H i 
L. Robinson In Vancouver, Mis? 1 
! Mildred Co* entertained at a 
! bridge party on Monday evening ■ 
at the home or her parent*. Mr. 
and Mr*. A. H. Co*. Joan Crescent. j 
Miss Robinson was presented with j 
a corsage of pink rosebuds and a i 
gold compart from the guests. The 1 
supper table w as covered with o |' 

centred 



IMtolo by Ken. 

lhr first baby born id Victoria in 1947, Baby Lynne Brown, daughter 
ol Mr. and Mrs. A. hrown. 1936 Brighton Avenue, is ready with a large 
balloon to do her part in welcoming in the New Year. 



HULL\ WOOD, Ue< - 30 .'«• Aland make money, too, tu-.m. Merle 
new ‘international set'' v, forming I why not? 
among topflight member.-, of the . „ 

- . • ir* i i* 

latest In express her d»’*lre to rrelty W eflduig 

make pictures almost any place . ,, t It n* 

in the world but Hollywood i* At Cftm IWPl l til Wr 
Merle Obernn Mjyg Oberrn and * 

her husband, Cameraman Lucten A pretty wedding took place In 
Ballard, along wtth Paulette God- St. Peter's Church. Campbell River 
dard. her husb nd Burgesa Meredith, , m j>c efnbpr 30 when Prances Julia, 
and the Gary coopers are seriously . . . . ... . 

roiitrmplBtlng lour.ns Ih. f ,r , d “ ugh '" Mr *“" Mr * 

places of the globe and making •* >mea Bridges, of Duweon Creek, 
movies a* they travel. I B.C., became the bride of Harr) 

Many of the film's more serious Cecil Me Naim, second son of Mr. 
performers sev they dislike the p, Bnk McNalrn. of Neville. Bas- 
arlinclaJHy of Hollywood Some katchewan and the- late Mr*. Mc- 
llve here only while working. Others' Nalrn Rfv w R B Nlxon of Cum _ 
have moved their residences 30 to b„ lRnd B C offlc , ttled , t the cere- 
40 miles away. l mony 

MLsa Oberon, who Uvea on a . , . , 

lonely stretch of seacoaat 50 rnUes ^he bride wore a pale blue wool 
to the north, explains that “Holly- « ** •Rories 

wood gives vou no freedom. It ,in(1 cor8 *« e of rwl 6he «“ 

butts Into your private affair* * ttended ^ Mra ' Gcr>r K f Ntascn 
People want to peek Into your bed- wcnr,n « * « ult of dec P rw 
room to see what’s going on-and bl « k ^cessorlea and corsage of 
get sore If you don't let them. ^' nk 

Tliry seem to think that becaave Mr. George Nl&seii supported the 
you work here you're thrlr prop- groom. 

erty." A reception wax held at the Fern- 

Before the war, one section of de U Auto Court where a buffet aup- 
high society was represented by per was served to about 60 guests, 
an "International set" which spent - nie br | dp - B table was covered with 
Its day* wandering In luxurious a , nce clolh Bnd wntrfd wlUl Uiree- 
romfort from one spa to another ii Pred enke which was made by the 
around the world. Today, few of bride's slater, Mrs. Victor Wick of 
ihe old continental fortunes are D(iW8on C reek. Mr. William Wilson 
Intact* and about the only group prnpo#K , the toa5t ^ U)e bride . 
with enough spare time and money 

» uk» u,. pLm of th. “lntenui- , “ r h *" d “ r ^ McN ^™ * m * k ' 
Ilona «ol" to Hie in or l, rrowd. th.lf Horn. In Om pbrll Rlvpr. 

For them, the Ballsrd-Meredlth- 
Cnoper Idea Is a natural. Picture _ 

people get bored easily, so they ^ e f * 

like to travel. If you ran travel TT*«T • . ^ 



LADIES 



She was a member of the Col- 
Wood Golf Club and Chapter N 
P E O. Sisterhood. 



EVENING 



SHOES 



Collar a 
Teen -An 



fer Students Favor 
Look Beauty Contests 



By .MARIAN R.AHI. 



enough to wear In place of Jeweled WINNIPEG, Dec. 30 tCP» , - Unl- 
necklace* — wonderful with scooped- ypndty profes?nns and 6tudrntj> arr 
out necklines. agreed on one thing— there must 

The teenager will find a good be culture In collegr 
•election of neckwear that sells for But they're not quite *o unaiil- 
about W. If she la wnart. she Will moui as to what should constitute 
make sure it Is washable before culture. 

making tier purchase-the way to| Tak ,. ro . ed beautv contests, for 
Insure lu being fresh and clean for exam pi f 

MCb weaving. | Spring some western unl- 
it s a simple matter of "m each verelty prMidrnU „ugge*ted that 

when deciding upon a while there might be culture in 

flattering collar shapes and flattering collar shape The teen, suc b displays, they didn't quite take 

with a round face should select a , n lhe claAMcai Uqm unlverartty 

V-shaped collnr; the girl with * students were aunnoaed tn follow. 



Venetian lace cloth and 

with blue Chrwtmas ornaments and 0,0 * aT1 u,ri ,0 °* 
red flamingo birds. Mlsa Margaret A* the Winter aeason advance* 
Falrey preshlrd at the tea and Junior JU1 will see the wrapped 
i included the >°° k «t the throwt giving way to 
Dorothy Wills, clear-cut lines She will find tailored 



entree tray. Guests 
Misses Joan Bate, 1 

Dorene Knott, Doreen Rust, Ruth 1 neckwear In pique aoft and feminine 
Grey. Ivy Spllabuxy. Oerry Kennedy, with ribbon trimming. The young 
Diana Arnlson, Doreen Dalzlel, Pat jg‘rl will make her choice of the ber own 
Greenhlll, Barbara Cox, Shirley (many 

Cameron. Jean and Betty McMillan, wear them with basic wool or crepe 
Mbs Pat GreenhlU entertained dresses They are simply lush with 
at a tea In honor of Miss Robinson *l»p-on sweaters and quickly change 
yesterday afternoon at the home of * Jewel-necked blouse into a good- 
lier parents. Mr. and Mr*. L. S looking Gibson Olrl alilrtwaisL The 
Greenhlll, 20 Victoria Avenue. Miss color range In gnjtgnaln ribbon la 
Barbara Cox presided at the tea wide and Includes aharp red, royal 
table and the Misses Diana Ami- blue, basic black or brown and soft 
son and Doreen Dalxlel assisted In pwstels. 

serving. I Exquisite white net and Venire 



RODEX" COATS’ 



Guaranteed HARRIS TWEEDS 



Advance Stylet Alwoy* 



SPIRALS 



' Mr. and Mr*. William P. Cook, 
of Nanaimo, who were married in 
Tilbury. Scotland on December 31. 
1897. will celebrate their gulden 
wedding anniversary this afternoon 
at a reception and gathering of 
relatives at the Hotel Plasa. 

Mr. Cook, who I* 77, for thirty 
years acted as caretaker In local 
schools, and Mrs. Cook. 74. has been 
prominent in local organisations, 
[la a member of 8t. Andrews' United 
Church and the W.C.T.U. 

| They have lived in Nanaimo since 
1 1910. 

j Among relatives to be present will 
be three sons. John, and David, 
Nanaimo buslnefismen, and James 
recently arrived from Ban Francisco 
to attend the celebration. 8lx grand - 
| children will also be present. 



Tori ay’s Pattern 



Cam os u n Chapter I.OD F. will 
meet at J 15 pm on Friday at the 
Memorial Hall. Nomination of of- 
ficer* and councillors 



★ COCKTAIL SHAKERS 



Aitrs-tivc |'re-»rd gist* % 
turn the dial and you have 
your choice of 8 rreipn 



Sooke and North Books Women's 
Institute will appoint conveners for 
1948 at the meeting to be held on 
Friday it I pm in Sooke Com- 
munity dining hall. 



SPECIAL 2 



EACH 



* ZOMBIE GLASSES 



For the UM nnev* Thru 
an attractive motif on the 
lide. 14-or rapseity 



SPECIAL 39 



EACH 



* ALUMINUM ROASTERS 

A latur-dK master, just hig CPCPIAI ^ 

enough for that New Year bird OfCUlML O 



NEW YEAR 
PARTIES 



EACH 



ir CANISTER SETS 



Team up one ui our 
lovely sc '|u in • trimmed 
blou»e« with a soph nit- 
rated black evening akirt 
or the new ti-lcngth 

roiklad aktr* 



SPECIAL 69 



ir CARPET SWEEPERS 



Tuvt a fen nf the 
constructed, eaailv 
opersted 



SPECIAL 6 



EACH 



A Proven Remedy 

umor evening frocks pictured above. r_„ C.,,. C .«L 

ic. Black marquiaatta fashions tbc lOT ^OUT JlOmdCn 

a slip, it ia trimmed with atrip* of SympLoow of Indigestion cause 

_ _ conalderabla dutreas to thousands of 

jieople. Many find relief through the 
BLACK RKrCBI.IC lUtf of cal-BU-8odei which oonUlns 

One-flfth of the population ot tngrrdlent# that gently help alkallxe 
Liberia la composed of American t.ha stomach and reatore proper 
negruca or their descendants functioning of the digestive system 

Ca!-Bls-Sode* give* faster relief 
QUICK IVTU X from the distress of digestive dls- 

The population of El Reno, Ok is- turbanrea Cal-Bls-8odex Is an sale 
homa. Jumped about 146,000 persons for 33c and 45c at all Cunningham 
In a single day In 1901 when free Drug Stores and other drug atores 
land was opened to white settler* OC-8 



★ CHIPPED EDGE MIRRORS 



Junior Formal* — Adding allure to gay social holiday 
Tha ona at left ia of black taffeta with front of bodice 
model at right with off-the-ahoulder drapery. Worn 



890 FORT 



Si*r 12 x 14 mebca. Very decors* 
in my f 

room . — — i * 



EACH 



Mrs. H. D. Pa rite a u will enter- 
tain with a midnight buffet supper 
at her Richmond Avenue home tills 
evening in honor of her husband, 
on the occasion of hi* birthday In- 
vited guests are Dr. and Mra. T. 
W. Oray, Mr and Mrs William 
Smith. Mr. and Mrs Gordon 



Fngagements 

t Correction i 

The marriage between M..v. Jane 
C. Charleaworth, daughier of Mrs. 
W. F. Oold, to Mr. Ralph Earl 
Powell, will take place on Thurs- 
day. January 1. 1941, at the Angli- 
can Church. Sidney. BO, at I pm 



* CHENILLE BEDSPREADS 



SPECIAL 6 



EACH 



ir CARD TABLES 



Exceptionally 
in v*e if fold 



JANUARY CLEARANCE 

STARTS TODAY! 



strong When n 
compactly awar 



EACH 



NEW YEAR 
GOWNS 



SCNSATIONAi. Rf DUCTIOMS 



HAPPY NEW YEAR 
TO ALL 

OWL DRUG CO., LTD. 



Phone 

O arden 111] 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER M. 1947 



7 



(lancer Research 
Given Aid hv 
Womens Group 

Montreal, Dec so icp* - 
Brainchild of a ckKcu Montreal 
housewlve the Cancer R> coxcJi 
Society wltlUn two \iar< of ll 
founding ha.- contributed mor* 
than 120.000 in fellowship* and ' 
bursaries to further r«-<arch Into 1 
the dread dire*. > 

Members of the mnu bride r 

rial welfare work But alien rev- 

eraJ of the group loot frlend- 
and relative*, through canter, Ui» 
idea of "aid to earner ri earth »u 
born. 

Incorporated t>' Ibe Cju< t.*- gov- 
ernment late In IMS. the society , 
granted four bur irn « to youui 
doctor* and researtiicra in 1944 and, 
seven during 1947 Money l 
granted without distinction of | 
creed since the society's aim 1 ‘ 
to aid a* hiany Acicnti.'it as pos- 
sible, Mr*. Philip C.ipl ai, president ! 
of the society Mnn- Its Itic ption 
•aid In an Interview. 

With a current membership of 
more than 1,700 the society ha 
an advtsnrv board of six of Mont- 
real's leading medical men. The 
bursaries ranging from »600 t*-, 

14,000 have gone to re*eiircli*M* at, 
the Royal’ Victoria, Notre Dame 
Montreal General and J»wL»h Gen- 
eral hospital the Nr <n l id' vl ll 
atltute, Unlvrru'v of Montreal and 
McGill University. 

Supported by a 12 membership 
fee the society r* » ir U< - 

donations every week from mem- 
bers a a well a.* Interested person.' 
and organisations. 

"Because cancer does not respe* - 
age, creed, sex nr social stand 
Ing" said Mrs Caplan. our ap- 
peal for public aid hai been «o 
successful. 

"We sincerely hope the bursaries ( 
awarded Car.adlan 4ocUm rr.av 
help light the spark of discover} 
of a cure or preventive 

Sl\ lr-Si*!lrr 



rdohralc Golden Wedding 

d 




Tomorrow ^ oil’ll 
^iear Gav 90 ’s 
Gold Straw Sailor 



I f AN APPLE. FOP EVE 



mk 



W KATHLEEN NOCJJfi 






CHAPTER XIV 

| ... the Gay 90s aalior In gold- began to gn by. and she had been so kind, 

colored straw and trimmed with lld< 4 p,«. d herself lo life in the Bari- One evening, when ewryoru 
;purple and bronze Iridescent taffeta | rtt g tm . t cottage Wiuit had been was out and Larry was asleef 



honest, grateful girl to whom they 
j ie had been so kind. 

rl- One evening, when everyone else «u 



m her heart **Do gn on trlhng trr *hc hung up th* r*--r»vr< . but 
about them; do say that ITu sUll Be tty- Lou raw nothing am Isa, and 
one of your girls! Its so good to all thought* of the old difys Were 
hear It; I’Ve missed It so! Say that swept away on the tide of wedding 
I have to come up and talk lo you plans, so much nearer and more 
And maybe go to Canada to see them pressing. 

all when you do!" The entire Inge: soil circle of 

"You're pretty sure of yourself, uncles, cousins, aunts ltkrd Lu\e- 
Loveday?” the kindly, fatherly valet day. and It was ronsldi red unusual 



ribbon it I* worn straight on the sU . #n({r „ r objectionable In the In- quite suddenly put 
head. A large mass of ribbon com- , *„y Q f doing things grad- distance call to Uir 

pletely hides the crown when viewed uulJy |x . CJUn „ CUftt ,„ n nnd unno i»crC 
.from front. < i, ... „ani 



... a bright plaid taffeta evening 
dress with overskirt of brown chif- 



and much of 
because alie v 
slalom were v 



lo life in the Bari- One evening, when everyone flse was saving. "We can't have your and important that Loved ay had a 
ice Wlutl had been wav out and Larry was asleep, she mothers girl making any mistake guardian and on allowance like s 
llonable in the In- quite suddenly put in a long- ... i d like to have seen you.' girl in a story or radio serial Fur- 
doing things grad- distance call to the St. George •omrwhere in here, but I've been the r romance was added to the 
torn and unnoticed. hotue in San Francisco It didn't working like an Indian trying to situation by the circumstances nl 
she enjoyed, partly matter who answered; Rod or Ninl. getaway to Join them all In Canada- Larrvs serious illness. Lovedav 
young and LaTry ». Aunt Laura or Uncle Warren. It Your Aunt Laura and 1 will long-ago promise thal hud been 

ng. and largely be-, would be contact again. They would ftav there f or a week or two, Ninl nobly kept, and the convalescence 



S ,hd ... Mr 

j. ' wiv.-h 

■■■ 

... . ..ti, 

1 *ut<. 1 »« • * ltb * pn the shady upstair.' solarium nad own a ttnklng ,i,iv Btrcngthened Mr vdim the farms Her sister lad married 

• Mrytra pnoi«. white or black cotton blouse. hours, doting in a steamer chair, heart, who she wa*. "Oh, Loveday heroically. the congrewmah from New York 

M R and Mrs H. J ShUUto of 3220 Mr and Mrs ShUUto were married . . * double-strand choker of anrt with the first burning woek* of Well. *>ad to hear your voice -You'll feci wonderful once you're who had sent l nrrv lo Princeton, if 

Wascar.a Street, were guests of at Nicholas Church, Strood, Kent, oversize beads or "aggies " Tortoise August his mother, Loveday. and again, my dear. How are thing-* on (de train. Uncle Warren Just there were distinction and success 
honor at u dinner given at the home England, on December 25. 1897 shell plastic beads are fastened with Betty-Lou took him for I wo weeks down your way? I had Just put lrt everything slide and do nothing at all in the*dsn It was conceit- 

nf their son and daughter-in-law. After coming to Canada they resided a black velvet tie or large gold clasp to » Uttle cabin near the oernn u, a call to Cincinnati. . -No. No but lo#{r | trated »n these twv. 

Mr and Mr* H. D BhlUlto, 2717 In Fort William for 38 years where They are worn with nary and light where coo! fogs and salt-sweet n0 . ll can wait. ..rim alone in the - WeU> - hi*.volce said on a pleased But humbler members pleased 
Asquith Btreet, on Christmas Day. Mr ShllUto was employed with the brown shades. breezes completed Urn cure. 'house. Rod s away, and Ninl and Uug| , fX actly what Marc's Lxiveday more Larry hal an Aunt 

the ocui.-ion a i m i being their golden C PR Upon retlrrtnent two yearr, • • • She was caught now: the Jaws of Laura your Aunt Laura— are In ^ t«lllnK me. and believe me, I Bessie who had .» great many rhild- 

wedd.nK anniversary ago. Mr. and Mrs. ShUUto came to I . - . ■ _ white Irish linen bo err, (hp trup hud cl<rted . she and Larry Canada Your aunt I.aurw hadn't mfftn , Q follt)W ord „ fl! '. ren and lived out on a Uaked-lmt 

l ‘° make ,hflr perm * nent «® * "* rrl '* d “ Ui< -> b™ 80 vrl, -‘ he ‘* bfU ^- H,he What could she say then but alarm, with wet dldifa ..ml chicken 

bcautifuUy decorated table and prior home has short sleeves trimmed w th Wack reiurnpd lo Hnkprsf i rld . LHrry had of you very often She was a Aunl Uura dn inpjng, and broken h*v, g.ul sour 

to the cutting of the tiered wedding They have now left for Fort Wll- .velvet cuffs lo match It* black vel- . . ii ft le worried I think thought you lor rn 1 , , , . , 

cake Mr W Crawford proposed l Ham to visit their two daughter*, vet collar. T ZTT, kir and thet I ought to b^’ up here abUbefore everything And tell them 1 wish bottle Mnrkhsl Owning he .n- 

l—t lo the bride .nd .room ot M .nd thrlr lunlllM. Mr, J. Steele „ • • • , „ m m « vot.r tnarr,- ,h '>' «« *“ «' ’“ uf Y ™ b « "«*> * 

Vears ABO -nr 1 Mrs J Relnnver I ••• th ® wrap-around fur coat that planned to omit a honeymoon -ere was any talk I j d p r0 niUed to marry Larry superabundance of fruit and fre.*li 

hugs the hips. It Is done In black t*rry had had holiday enough! Ing— might have it roin n.s ious , py| , n mother dies,'* she was air and sunshine, and a pantrv w-rll 

Alaska seal- - n-jv be hip » nd * M * tr "'Rht to one of the cot- t • it waa s^irthing of Uwt ^ „ dd But u»e futility of stored with vegeUblea and milk si l 

Sllll is* i lull I I s»| 1 mil- I\1 1 a 1 1 1 il Iriigtn nr a full 47 mcht to cover hi Me nnt.iborhood. P - 1 ' . *uch remarks now smote lur sud- warm brown rgg Lovedav liked! 

,,I,M * 1,0,1 1 iA 1 1 OUI • 'Most of these - W c don't have to w-nr about J* b '* 1 b “ n ^ ,, M Betty-Lou had Just the days the, pent si Aunt Bow - i 

is | . I r I L' * stand-up col- sUvcr and linen and thing* like ,,rr ^ r *'' hrr ^ ' n, ,\ C(jm ,. , n> warm and breathless. In <To Bd- Coniinuetl. 

Droop Into Lnhappv Expression ^ »>•’ -««• 1 ^ ^ ‘ n ‘ V w Vd^t "•«, wi f mto • e h «tr .nd 

I rrJ r all UIIM things from Indian Hill " ™ v oi know r we ^’n^udiv watching Lovedsy and STOCKHOLM *P» The tram 

Bv PATRICIA LINDSAY mirror reflection and notice what c. 4 1 1 < I KnVS Bul * he dld not w * nt ,0 *° ^ ^.1° “ the telephone, there was no oppor- ferry service between Trallrborg, m 

Smile charmingly and the world shape* your mouth takes Smile * . Indian Hill. Without analyzing he: u ^>* ,.j fr nc u War- tunlty for more confidences. "My Bouthrm Sweden, and Baajnltx in 

etnllr*! with you -nd It also admlre*| and the smile Into your eyes, too 4lUUial DailCC On Ian. 2 Ij* 11 **? rrn Te feel that we couldn't go In lore to all of them " Loreday ended Northern Germany. Inaugurated in 
yrni more deeply* \. ™ IIUai J bought It was home no longer. A ™ . . J™ thP onrersatlon "Tell Fanny- 1909 end Interrupted bv the w«r, 



to something important must be said Joln there I've not had a Hare. 

something dftingrd. holiday for some time, and I'm "The boy simply couldn't have 

It wif- Warren M George • voice just wondering If I'm too tired to recovered ll It hadn t been for her''' 
vehement and sudden. Hello, was enjoy H,'* \ “•><1 Larn s Aunt Alma, who, bv 



| K and Mr. H J ShUiltii of 3220 



- Mrv.fi Pnom. 

Mr and Mrs Bhllllto were married 



beautifully decorated table and prior home 

to I he culling of the tiered wedding Thry have now left for Fort Wll- 
cuke Mr. W Crawford prop**ed a Uam to visit their two daughters, 
toast In the brldr and groom of 50 and their families. Mrs. J. Steele 
years ago. and Mrs J. Belanger 

Smile, Don ! Lei Your Mouth 
Droop Into l nhappy Expression 



no, It can wait. . . . In alone in the “Well," hia- voice said on a pleased But humbler members pleur.nl 
'house; Rod's sway, and Ninl and lllU g|, f -mat's exactly what Marc's Luveday more Larry hal an Aunt 
Laura -your Aunt Laura— are In | M ^ en me. and believe me, I Bessie who had .» great many rhilti- 

| Canada Your aunt J.aura hadn t meftn to f 0 u ow orders!" |:eu and lived out on a baked-h'd 

been ao well— stirs better— « h r ^hnl could she say then but a farm, with wet dtdlea and chicken 
sp<‘Ak/. of you very often She a j or j l)rn -m write Aunt Laura dropping* and broken toys and sour 

little worried, I think— thought you rvervlhlnl , Aud mem 1 wish bottles somewhat lessening tlir «rt- 

I ought to be up here a bit bc.'ore ihey vcrt hfrfi wonl you y You vanUge of big trees, windmill, a 
'here was any talk of your inarrv- ^ j. d ptl)m i^ d t u marry Larry superabundance of fruit and fresh 
tng— might have it rom t ns louse, bef nre mother dies,' she was air and sunshine, and a pantrv well 

eh • • • it waa soniri Dig o^ goJntf ^ Bdd But Uie futility of stored with vegetables and milk and 

v.r. mc * 11 », such remarks now amole hrr sud- warm bruw-n rRgv Lovedwy liked 

ZfTZErAS to «hr Nr. .nd AS Bruj-un. had Just the days they rjvent .. Ann, 

Mayiev We fee, m a wav that you're come In. warm *«d breathle^. in ‘To Be Cut.Hi.ucD 

w 



it wa* something of that 
l she had thi* little s^t- 
q serious, but we bundled 



d a pantrv w-eii 
w and milk and 
Lov r dav liked 
it Aunt Beast*- s. 

I lxiurtl i 



STOCKHOLM 



— mttrh of a mreresieaiy waurning oiwi*nvi 4 » v * *h- uam 

“!St Mirhael’ft 01(1 Uovs But f ' :r t,ld 01)1 w * m Ke ' tn . ‘ . h, Irlpphone. there we, no oppor- ferry >r: - bet-,-.,-:. Ireluo. , it 

le r l - l,IUMrl h ** V s 'Indian Hill. Without ntwlyHng tunic, for more ronMenee. -Mj - o' hem Sweden .00 in 




Your faciei expreulon Veyno^* dd 81 Michael'. Vhool Old Bora A.- - „„er, had been e.ch.npd be- r* n ^L!!^*'ZV^ d1 ' 

yonr character and your pereoballly ! ]lft , mdatlon la holding It, alateenth an- tww . n ner and Aunt Laura. She had t-iyinr If, me: ' rhe beiraed sne »u cry 

Drooping mourn corner, and ragging | “ nl . t ‘ nual dance a! the Royal Vlrtort.Lrm.ii linn, renortln. thal i^ r do go on tallnng to mel aha beg ged 

eye* tells all the world that you are An,a don't he careless when you Yacht Club on Friday. January 3 ^*<5 had a relapsa and had been i*i r* • C r> 1. • 
not as happy a, you would like to Whether you apply the ip^a Len Acrea' Orchestra will be very m ^ WM convalescent and Lltt P MOHCS lOr DeQtimC 

be! And the vrorld shuns unhappy color «airertly with your llpatlck or paying Old Boys wishing tickets that <he was staying with his 

peopit- W*lh a brush, be certain to get a f or the dance should get In touch ',.^„ y untll .. pUkn4 wtT t % * ? tmor.i 

Bo let's determine to have more ,mooUl ouU,Dr NoUilng U so un- with the committee or^phone the mUe .. M „ 8l Ororgp hkd CHATTERER S LAST CHANCE 

smiles fur 1348— and let them be ‘‘Hractive as smeared lipstick. Choose secretary »t> Implre 8787 returned an affectionate mLsslve to Chatterer the Red Squirrel, r 

warming and engaging- a lipstick with staying quality, one l€jl hfr lh#( N j nl wu getting ready nlng for his life and without 

Of rourx. well-kept leeth Are of **' ,rh I * mr * 61 1 " deI, ^f '*** your Snilllicm II t II 1 11 1 1 1 1 *o back to school In Bronxvtlle; ; least hope, suddenly saw a 1 

primary lmporianre to a pretty ‘ dtln - J ' m ! Rhl tn<p " * utl ^ testing. ‘ Fanny wa* writing happy letters chance to escape from Shadow 



•'Larry has been ao 111, Uncle War- tunlty for more confidences. M> nournem ewenen. and Baamtu in 

ren we feel that we couldn't go in love to all of them.' Lovedav ended Northern Germany. Inaugurated in 

for '.ngthlnt Mk, . formal .main, .hr conrmaUon. -TrU Farm,- oo* «Dd Inlrrruptrt b, U» war. 

Lovedav began fighting tear* M Olw tell some body, to write! may soon resume Nrw ferries, 

do go cm talking to me," she begged Bhe was crying tn her heart as capable ^ 



*T TMonrfTOV w suzons 



nd engaging n li l >,t,rlt With staying quality, one 

Southern Britain Hit 

'■ r,"*' ■: ;■ ZrJST r .“‘L’T b v s n «w and Fmt 



primary iniporinnce to a pretty ' . . .I Fanny was writing 

smile. Your leeth do not have to but yo 'V , [ m ,,nd , one b . rB,ld which i» ^.i n v V l-'rrKt from Ottawa, and 

br per fer „y regular «mu*l trrUi are **» "" ***** the WO* SPH E lOftl ^ ^ ^ 

slightly irregular, to have a definite o0 ‘ er " “ nd une wh,ch wUI 001 * mMr I LONDON, Dec 30 rReuterrO - Mlirc „ ud Rodnfy; __ 

personality, but they must be so ttnd 111,1 whcn you ral or * et OTer * - Snow which blanketed the north of nQk mcnllon chrla or Merle. Unrlc snd even then he might escape one 
clean that they shine! To preserve heated - Britain yesterday spread to South Wftrren hlld hnd a touch pf Ru danger only to run right into an- 

their health, use dental floss dally <A**e***<i *r rnt^u STmtinu, tne > today snd Londoners shivered as rooU| ^ tQ j t pico»wnt lo other equally gTeat. What Chat- 

ns well as a tooth cleanser V * * lepl feU ,n lhp csphsl. have hUn at home for a week being 1 t p v« 6 » w was a big brown bunch 

It Is easy to full Into the hablr INFORMAL GATHERING In the Strait* of Dover the tern- spodrd and Aunt i >nura mLisrd her n »* ftr top of a tall chestnut tree 

«f frowning, making grimaces when The Evans -Hudaon Dance Oroup permture fel1 ^ 2B <le « Tee * Fnhr r !' 1 ' ‘private secretary.” »“<! »>« headed for that tree as fast 

I you see, smeU or apeak of something held an informal get-touether hHt — the lowest this month. The "We feel that the handsome Larry as ever he could go. What was that 

which displease* you That develop* , McDonald Ha') m ,„dav ^ or ; U " U,nK Mld # _ f » going to steal you from us and l »« brown bun(h? Wh V- 11 Wft? 

an ugly manner of using your mouth . 1 ^ Mal1 on Mond * y But the first heavy snowfalls of want to know fcJ1 your pUns .. „ hp Rod tall the Hawk, who was doting 

To correct such habita (and you may whcn mor * u,tn 60 Por»ons en- 'he Winter no far remain confined wro(c ~ l CJkn i maRlne W h„t B dif- lhere wlth hu htart «>o w ' n 

not b** aware U>at you have them. .(Joyed old-time dancing. Mrs. Rud- to the North, where mountain road* f ^ rt , nc( , your ?tau haM mftde to him, ho' ween his shoulders dreaming of 
carry on a conversation with your duck and Mr. E. Pro the ro gave a arB *HpP*vy * ,,< t dangerous, and ^ ^ nice liavlng your motlier’s warm southland. 

demonstration of the old-time whfrf fo * u deta S rtn « tr * ,n3 ub to daughier here with us.’ ton, and you Now oId ^ °I C h *<* 



returned an affectionate missive to Chatterer the Red Squirrel, run- 
tell her that Ninl was getting ready nlng for his life and without the 
to go back to school In Bronxvtlle; | least hope, suddenly saw a last 
Fanny wax writing happy letters chance to escape from Shadow the 
from Ottawa, and "the boys" well Weasel. That Is. he saw something 
and busy. The boys were, of course . 1 that might offer him a chance. He 
Marc aud Rodney; the letter did couldn't be sure until he had tried. 






L OT 

\ k 






an ugly manner of using your mouth. 



ever he could go. What was that ] V^flf ^ 

% brown bunch? Why, It war , 

* h0 . W “ ’* l b >hb lr~ b, .c,.o,bl,d .nd .fur 

.rr with hU hrttrt dnn dnwn ' sh . d „ w,»rl 

tween his shoulders dreaming of . 

e warm southland. , , 

Now old Redtall u one of Chat- Then like a flash he dodged around 



.1 ** * . |» Varser and the original Hesitation ,wo houra - 

* Ml IMP » <1^*111011 Keam Waltz. Mr. Clifford Moore rendered 

o.mp. - nus narrow trimming an • ecor ^ R^eshment* IT I? 

fabric of silk, wool or cotton U ofteti wrre arrvpd ' U FiJCS IMl I ! \ 

strengthened by wire or a coarse Miulc was supplied by Mrs O J 

cord running through it. Gimp is 8 tew*it end Mr. C. Moore, Mrs, Jj . |) I _• 

uned as trimming on dresaes and B Hudson was host and Mr. Harold | Q | II I^Sl 1!1P 
furnitun- New black suit* of faille performed the duties of 



I must always remember that what . ,<?rer ;1 dem<1Ue *5 enem ‘**- 



1 . to the other side of the tree Hr | 

4 . had no thought of Chatterer now. 



Stylist* who keep an eye on roy- 
alty may soon lie making copies or ^ 
this enaernble worn by Princess 
Margaret Roae of Ft eland showii ' 
on her way lo a theatre in London 
She's wearing a ha». cn;»r and muff 
trimmed with be..ver Ribbon tied 
In a bow Is wrapped around the 
muff. 

How It Started 

By JEAN NEWTON 
-GOD LdVETU A 

CIIFERFl t. GIVI If 

The Inquiry for the origin of this 
naylng corner A^an .»ppr«f 'Hate lltii>- 
We take pleasure tn quoting »U con- 
text from the New Testament, where 
It Lx found tn the Second Epistle of 
Paul the Apostle to the Corinthian* 
This U In Chapter IX. In his urging 
to glre bountifully "** * likely 
mean* lo Increase their store " 

5 "Therefore I thought h. necea- 
sary to exhort the brethren, that 
they would go before unto you. and 
make up beforehand your bounty, 
whereof ye had notice before, that 
the same might be ready, a- » ma»- 
ter of bounty, and not ax of covet 
ousnesa 

8. "But thU I gav, He wh.. h mw- 
eth sparingly shall r< *p l 

ingly; and he wh,rh soweth bounti- 
fully shall reap nlvt bounllfllv 

7. "Every man according as he 
pur panel h In his heart, so let him 
give; not grudgingly, or of nere*- 
aity lor Ood lovrth a cheerful 
giver. 

9. -And Ood l* able to make all 
grace abound toward you; that yr 
always haring all sufficiency in all 
thing* may abound In ev-ry g -od 
work; 

9. “As It written, he hath dD- 
per.ied abroad; he hath given to the 
poor; his righteousness r?mAlne,h 

forever.” 

• Distribute* br Tb* Writ 8mdlc*l*, Ine ' 

Minister in Error 
Snvs l nion Official 

HALIFAX. Dec. 30 CP- H C 
Meade. Allitlitic Vlce-pre#tdepl ot 
the Canadian Brumrn's Union | 
(TJaC.L said today that owners of 
the freighter Lslandslde had been ' 
notified "several days ago” that the 
union was unable to supply crew 
members for the voyage to China 
with ammunition and war sup- 
plies. 

He was commenting on a state- 
ment made In Ottawa !a*t night 
by labor Minister Mitchell In which 
the minister said the union was 
obligated to supply unlicensed per 
s«nnsl to the owner* of the freight- 
er 

The minister, Mr. Meade said, was 
In "error" In hla statement The 
CB.U. officials said that the union 
agreement Include.' a clause which 
ffatsa that In the event the union 
^ nnable to supply men the own 

•rs tiAie the a lt to ' lie 

crew members. 



and taffeta for after five, show 1 matter of ceremonies, 
much use of black gimp embroid- 
er) It might be used to trim the FOOD BURNED 
lower front port of a Jacket and then VANCOUVER, Wash., Dec 



trod affect* you Is very important to its" qulr fond of Rwl Squirrel ba tn h 1 *' no *° u h ^ jj ln k SPi-p j 

■nu fT FT DncJe Wsrrnn . I r n .Shadow the Weasel, though he Things were changed all in a na*n !u 

\ P0PC r nlrv friendly f.therlv letter fum *>oe*nl often try to catch one. be- -quite changed Instead of tlie g; * { , (. 

urges I.miy g £^.<K=ssrrttBra stjfsjr.srs - 5 

- Into Palestine M ._, hJ *; 

j NEW YORK. Dec 30. Cri - Andrei junxent he would continue to send ““ninV'lJ 1 « he^/Tree^ whteh cMchMm S^dow^g'ed^und ui Uie *or1J. 
Gromyko, Russia's refHtsenUllve st her a 950 allowance cheque every RkUbW WttR Mttln g You see a very the trunk of the tree. He was more r 

,t »« United Nations, called tonight month until It was exhausted. There darln ^ Jdei4 , llld Come ^ hl|1 h4 . ad angry than frightened, for hi* 1 

1 4*) for early entry of a UN commission »>» PYlends Haven, free of Hr h|d VTn onf(1 thftt ,harj) eyrs had spied a little hollow backrd U P l 'Y 



NEW YORK Dec 30 «CF> 



WESTCLOX 

All Moilrl* in Spring \S>iiind 
Alarm, Fjrctru. !'*•■ Wet and 
Wrist \\ ati hen 

It'* Westcloa Week at 

KENTON LTD. 

JEWELERS 

653 Yates St. E 5571 



PROFITS AND 
rO PROGRESS 



Profits inJ priV'*” 
luve given the people uf 
Canada anJ die LJiuU-J 
Statri the greatest hen* 
rfin. the highest stand- 
ards of living, and the 
security ot any nation 



statement' hut it's 
solid faetz. 



y gimp-embroidered Fire destroyed a food storage lnto P*l«Une. prior to the with- ^nctimbran. e, with the farmer, WM d0ldng „ nd hadn't aeen him 11 * branch of the rhestnut tree 

nquares repeat the theme around locker In the Minnehaha district dnawal of Brlthih troop*. Betlanrourt. paying a rent for Uie Hc fcnfW th#t 1 ^^,, Wl)Uld and he knew that once Inside of 

lackcl edge 0 1 in n 1* alln Ihr n ■ m „ nnnh k... I..I _i_k> I.L j r.rnmvkn aa 1/4 If n-zsi 1 1 



Betlancmirt. paying a rent for the 



Wket edge Otmp Ln also the name north of here last night, with dam- Gromyko said It would be "an ‘bat Just covered true* and! ^ J)Rvr shadow the that he would have nothin* to fear, 

or one ot dads favorite fish line*- »g f estimated by Sheriffs Deputy 1 abnormal situation" If the U.N. com- Insurance. *0 that it nerd be no weasel j or dinner as himself, and But he was angry clear through to 
!he one that is stronger meah with Harold Quarnberg at IIOO.OOO Ton* misnlon on Palestine remain* at Lake burden upon her until a buyer B very daring plan had popped imo| ,h,nk lhl11 h< ah<m,d ** cb «»t^ 
w,rr of meat and other food burned. [Success a considerable time Instead «*Hd be found. Warren Si. Ocorge u. d out 0 f dinner he had been so 



Why. you ask, 1 a this so? 
The answer i» PROFITS 




DHL IIE ^ rw-x 

I think that he should be cheated 

iout of that dinner he had been so i*J«* that probls are piled Jug 



sure of only a few minutes before. 



peat vault and allowed to accumu- 
late 



:8uccess a considerable time Instead «*Jld be found. Warren St. Ocorge hiR he-d ( ou t of that dinner he had been bo »d*<* ‘bat prohts are piled higli in a 

of going to the Holy Land to Ieam] h » d 00 doubt, he wrote, that some- -j Intv M weJ , ^ CftUgl , t by Rtr ,,. sure of only a few minutes before peat vault anJ allowed to accumu* 

1 the state of sfTalm there and to l<oveday could make a more ^ ghadow." he tiiought as he Bo he screamed angrily at old Red- Utr 

carry out the partition plan j advantageous arrangement than ran „ p the , r( , f .. but |f J|in tall, and then, watching hU chance 

] In an address prepared for a meet- , ‘bis, but at the moment It seemed ^ out r tght I won't be caught w-amperrd out to the hollow and * be oppeerte n tn»r. » rnhts in 
j mg of the American Committee of ‘be best solution. Wing Foo and by eKher Any^y , t my very whisked inside Just In the nick business -re alwsyg si wt-ik. d-y 

[1 Jewish Writers, Artist* and Scien- Annie L«im were living in the ^ chance ” of time. an«l mgl.t; Jwjying new cvjmpcr^nt, 

j list*. Oromyko said British authorl kltdhen quarters and acting ax up the tree he ecrnmblrd, and Chaltcrer. watching from the providing more wage*. whtJi in 

j ties ln Palestine are reported plan- cuardlans of the place: the man a f| fr him vvent Shadow the Weasel spruce tree, gave a great sigh of re- lum are jpent ^ puke other 

j nlng not to admit the U N. commls wwed wood and looked after the shadow had been go Intent on Uef H * “ w the Hawk hxittnease* prosper 

j slon until •BrttL.h troops are with- Kardm. the woman waa raisin* catchln* Chatterer that he had not P 0 * 1 blmself on the top of a tall 

I drawn rrom considerable areas-May , f hlckr, « And squabs for the mar- noticed old Redtall, which wa* Just fre * w bere he could keep watch of Profits are to business what the 
| 1 0* June I. 13(8 ' Warren 8t c' 'hat hollow ln which Shadow had en( j,n* u to if* ORW I ' 8 

j George had gone down there for i^ ncrambled stralgh' pasf ..M Rr-l- dlgtppDUld, and he knew thal It ifcgy,* (g |q gn airpUne 

I MOSTLY WATER R h» s ‘ 1°°* about, had seemed in l all, but as hc passed he pulled one would be a Ion* time before Shadow 

Analysis of active plant tissue |f * ,r, >' B 00 * 1 order. Her mother's sll- of Rrdtall's Ion* tall feathers, then w ouid dare poke even his nose out- Under tlie dtretfion r>! g'r<| 



ampered out to the h<dlow and The oppose » tn^. Profit* m 
htsked inside Just In the nick business -re always at wt*k. day 
time. and night, buying new equipment. 

Chatterer, watching from the providing more wage*, whw.li in 
ruce tree, gave a great sigh of re- lum are ^p^nt ^ u^Le utiicr 



1 or June 1. 1948 



MOSTLY WATER 



Profits are to busings* what the 



Lender the 



rb 'v IX the *plce of life— and gredients which have been sifted to- 
• all agree that It must be gether; mix only until liquid and' 
of ihe kitchen, bran mince- . dry Ingredient* are combined. Pllli 
muffins have a Just claim to greased muffin pans two-thirds Tull 
He or holiday muffins" Rake In moderately hot oven (400 
uot,^)laln bran muffins lend degrees » shout 25 minutes, 
rive* to any number of van.- Yleld , a mufflng (J , 4 lnchw J 
From bacon to banana. dlaIM(< . rK 1 

nuurnalade to mlncemeaT ..... 

Ingredient will prove a grv^l In,U * ad ° r mlncwn «* 1 • dfl . 

anion to ready-U -eat bran and " f lhM * 10 the dry Ingredienu 
out li* own taxte, too One-quarter cup crisp, diced 1 

these suggestions (or tasty bacon for bacon muffins. 



Analysis of active plant tissue '* ,rlv B 000 warr. Her mother s til- of Redtall't long tall feathers, then aarr P°* f rven nw oul ‘ v-'nucr uw uircmion 01 g'.xi 

wh as lettuce or but leaves, shows | v,r w,<1 WHT ”* personal pos- ran on to the top of the >ree and slde Tll * n M ^ Wfc * rMt * d Ch4t * management it h*» given uv tlie 

hat It I* abou, 90 per cent water wridnns had been placed In a rate- with the lost btt of strength he had t#rrr lrto,f oh> *° proeperity which ia the envy of 

deposit box; for the rest, the house I^fc leaped to a neighboring spruce through the tree ,opa until he wax enure world. 

fowl, r Oil Trn .,1 » ,|<ood Jb* 1 M “ had be«m left and tree, where, hidden by the thick 1U " th *‘ Bed, all could not see 

vAM«r x f 1 1 1 r< dinirni he vu sending Loveday the key* branches, he stopped to rest and **r h,m Thrn h* huTT,ed Yw * ,n ‘ This u our opportunity system 

m T' II I *4 he must let them know how thing what would happen tb '* d he hurried then. He wanted , t work. 

I1C 1/OlOrClIX went with her and be sure to call Of oour«c when he felt his tall Ui Just a* far away from Shadow ♦ ♦ * 

Bt i»r. j. n. WARREN ’ upon them if ever they couM be pulled old Redtall was wide awake the WeM * 1 “ °° u,d Tliei< iv* 1 #*e proentol .* dtu aAv«r<aiwv 

v thr * Il B h,wl w ‘n a flash, and. of course, he looked i_ , ^ CoiowUs Mnn.,. ,4 :,*u 

■M In both letters she read, with a down to vr who li*d dared to pull Ne *‘ ^ry: Chatterer Tells 8am- ^ ( ^ 

\ fjft j (Inking heart her dismissal from his tall. There Just below him was About Shadow the Weaael ' 

their circle Lovedaj could not Shadow the Weasel, who Wad Ju«l uui*m»<i bv Th» «■»> -i«i«d st*«»«a*rxi 
WijR leave It like that; it broke her that minute discovered who wo* 



Tins u our opportunity iy»tem 



TVk ttfwj *'» h» 4*enl«d Hi (Jtij n 
In «>v firwiili LalMHiUd feiiersittm 
A*al f*riuf(vy 



m 

wiiV-V 






heart. She was going marry Larry. sUUnt there. Old Redtall hlxsed 
of course That was settled. But sharply, and the feathers on the 
Aunt Laura and Fanny and all of top of his head stood up in a way 
them must know that she still they have when he is angry. And 
loved them more than anything else he wax angry— very angry 
in the world, that she was still the Shadow the Weasel stopped short 



SPECIAL OWL CARS AND BUSES 
NEW YEAR’S EVE 



holiday muffins 

MINT f ME AT MUFFINS 

1 cup cereal bran 
5* cun milk 



lmtz.d of mine. ni, nl odd u » ' U 

f lh«. lo .ho dr, tnfrodlcnu ' n , U ;' r ""- a trt ; 

_ 1 facial neuralgia. The treatment Is 

One-quarter cup crisp, diced by injection* of alcohol Into the 
aeon for bacon mufflna. I nerve. X-ray. and finally rurgery 

One-half nip chopped nutmeats A recent simple and of ter successful 



ifor nut muffins. treatment of Uc doloreux Is by 

Two tablespcnns grated orange coator oil. One or more ouncea of 
1 rind for orange muffins castor oil Is given three times a day 



• tl*!ta**4 *r 
VM 



I jr / 



\ rup | 


prepared mincemeat 


One-half cup chopped prunes for 


2 table. 


xjKH»n* shortening 


prune muffins Note: Soak dried 


'-i '•"[» 1 




prunes In wrier for one hour or 


1 e« K 




longer, drain thoroughly, ■ remove 


1 cup 1 


ft„„r 


pltls and cut prune* into small 


1 tv asp 


oonr baking powder 


pieces 


*» tea.poon salt 


One-half cup raisin*, chopped 


Combine 


bran, milk and mince- ! 


dales or fig*, for raisin, date or fig 


meal: let 


*o4k S minutes. Blend 1 


muffins 


shortening and miser add egg and 


One tablespoon molasses tn 


beat well. 


8Mr in ihe bran and] 


creamed mixture and S teaspoon 


mincemeat 


mixture Add dry ln-i 


ginger or one teaspoon cinnamon 
to dry Ingredients for spiced muf- 


vWAUJi 




fin* 



/ f0H. * 0f **" C6 . 



a 



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Dr. J. Willard Smith 

v. s. 

Small Animal Specialist 

Has Returned to Practice st 
His Old Address 

401 Lampion Street 

NOT! — NIW VMONI NO 
• ft«sa 

Hr Smith ?« N’ct C 
With Anv Other Yetrrmanan 



WINDERMERE 

HOTEL 

DINING gOOM 

OPENS 

NEW YEAR'S DAY 

UNDER 

NEW MANAGEMENT 

StKVINO TU8KIY DINNIR 
MOM NOON TO 7: JO PM. 

Alt WHfTI Hllf 



1 ±> NO W is the (.«• <0 aW • , W 

Vat inoo on «he xunny x.r.nd. of CMiforo-. 
^Rmer* Romamir Barbara. h.x.otK M ome- 

America 

Mid winter relocation, and gay «'*•« We . golf. ndm*. 

Srsr 



Street Con 

LEAVE CITY FOR PERNWOOD 
LEAVE CITY FOR BEACON HILL 
LEAVE CITY FOR OAK BAY 
LEAVE CITY POR OUTER WHARF 



LEAVE CITY FOR ESQUIMALT 1 .52. 
LEAVE CITY FOR VICTORIA WEST 
LEAVE CITY FOR RICHARDSON 
LEAVE CITY FOR HILLSIDE 
LEAVE CITY FOR SOUTH FAIRFIELD 
LEAVE CITY FOR HAULTAIN AND 
MT TOLMIE 

LEAVE CITY FOR THOMPSON-UPLANDS 
AND CADBORO BAY- 



2.70 a.m. 
2:45 t.m. 
2 00 a.m. 
2 40 a.m. 



152. 2 J3, 2:52 a.m. 

- 2:00 a.m. 

2:40 am. 

- 2:30 a.m. 

> 3:00 a m. 



2:00 a.m. 



arandcur o I S«.«a Co** pSk 

Kl drive, along mle. ol o«n j**"**” ~ 

N^hr. follow ,ng El Cammo Real - Highwey, U-A 
a 101 and California Suw * • 

Fin.., a com mods « 1 on. .. 

Hotels and Motels sr. w^ava.'.bW Wnu -xO 

Preferred R«erva..oo card, aim - 

iMHi. Scenic Folder In D» Angele. rial, o«r Free 
Informaoon Bureau- 



NEW YEAR'S DAY 

The first car. and busts from the City and terminate will leave 
a, the a ana! Sunday time. 

The laae cars and boats from the City and terminals will leave 
at the usual wee knight time 

Light, power and gaa troubles on New Year's Dsy anil receive 
attention by telephoning O ardea M00. 



California 



mission Trails 

■ imttiTiM. »»» — ... 

—7 W*. MMI l*r*et. u. >« t .lw 14, CoMereSe 



& 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C., WEDNESDAY 



KM BLR 31, 


1947 












W | <B-( 






Or* 0 rt| 


— . If* 


a l» . 1 Scut It. Can Poavr 


IflS 


IT 


Hr >.U* 


j? 


>3 4 bl*n4a*d Cfirm 


7V 


7' 


laguwering 
Fi.uodrl#* A S.rrl 


17' 


41 Qlrvl ul Car ada 

i 504 


74 

/ 


10 



Finance-Commerce-Markets 



Montreal Storks 

MONTREAL, Dec. 30 <F>, _ 

i Selected Industrial" followed an ir 



regular trading pattern 



Dull 
Dcm 
Dncn 
turn 

. Hum CM 

on— the tKra w 



T»)w r ir rots 

Tavlo; I* a C Ml) 

I Tinned Steri 

Onodrrlitsi 



r «tr 

if ip . 

TS » a 

!» . M . 



New York Stocks 



| Stock Exchange and Curb Market 



NEW YORK. Dec 30 OP) In the 
13.000 000- share session of Die 
month, stociu generally swung to- 
ward recovery in today's market 



sorbed without difficulty. Pr 
hardened all along the line a 
rr.Jddar with mils reviling on he 

of a rate boost. Steels, motors 
a wide assortment of tndu&lr 



or so at the close, with 
Issues up better titan 3- 
The Associated Pres* 



H Of 1 .009 issues registering, 
rose and 2#fl fell. 



3TO 



DOW JONES AVERAGES 
Thirty Industrial*. 1 M 56, up 1.H8. 
Twenty #aiD. 51.8V, up —8. 
Fifteen utilities, UJt, up .12. 
Klity -five stork*. M.M, up .87. 
Total sales, I.3M.0M. 



ill A. Humber, LM.i 



Am 

An. 



,eir 



Amu 

Am- 

Am* t 
A ns- 

Ai' hi 

n a 

n-Ti* 

CPU 



•u 

i.'m 

Tobacco 

r 

1*1 A Tel. 

Wtuilieii 
copper 
T '•!'»* * 



Close 
1M' t 



•1 



Venture* 




700 


Watte Amulet 441 


404 


40V 


| Wright Harare**** .. >71 


>4* 


>70 


Wan Ula 




64 


1 Itaaar trivvatmriiU. 


Ltd • 




tNDI'aTKIAL AKCTION 


Bid 


Asked 


Aabialia* 


344 


34' • 


Aradla Ati fluyar "A * 


10 


MS 


Atkdcen Kirdean •'A** 


»4 


134 I 


»• any ‘A** 


30 


44 


Brack Hllk 


31 


34 


BraiUlan Trartl.in 


IS 


144] 


II C Pnrral Prmlurts 


34 


4 


H -A • 


33'. 


>14 1 


MC Pu«»r “A“ 


>5 


34 v 


fan. Riratr ri 


234 




far. Car St Pout. dry A' 


10' * 


17 , 


• an. Rteamablp*. Com. . .. 


1)4 


134 


Can Btcamalilpt PIS. 


40 


41 1 


Can, Cannrra ''A* _ ... 


144 


504 


Can Tanner* “B" 


304 


*> 


Can Cannera. Com. 


304 


31 


Can Celan*** - — 


004 


#3 


i an ctiaoeit Pfd. 


344 




CPR _ 


US 


144 


C I i Z 


*4 * 


«4| 


tommof * •• lift 


Ml 


J43 | 


Com, Paper ... 


10'a 


10*. 


COM Bmeiteri 


07 


•14 


Can. We*tern Lbr. 


340 


3S 


DUt. Beafram* 


104 


its 


Horn Bridie 


33 


314 


L»om Pound/ lea A Steel 


>1\ 


30 4; 


Goto steel Ac Coal ■ B * 


104 


104 


r*om Teilllea 


r*a 


114 


Eddy "A' 


10 


104 


P'urd of Canada “A" 


>14 


314 


Gatineau Power 


10S 


134 


Gen Bekeile*. C«m- 


IS 


4 


Great Lake* Paper 


10S 


10 


oootfyeae 


lOti 


1U5 1 


Gyptum . 


104 


15 S 


Hiram Walker 


10V# 


>44 


lmi^nal Bank 


34 


34* , 


Impi’iaJ Cill _________ 


15 


U'tl 


Int, Nickel 


33 


JJ4 


Int Paper 


50 4 


•' 


lot Petroleum 


It* . 


144 


Lnblaw i,roc a ' ... 


30 


j04 


Loblaw Otar "ti" ... _____ 


as 4 


3U 


bfColi-Pronienac - 


ns 


« 



V 



ancouver 



Canbou Goid . 
Cantrui . 
fVnlonls . __ 
Oeorge Copper _ 

firuli WhikjA* .. 
ItmJlrY Me* M 

featured the afternoon sca&ion on fhawanu 8»ti* 

, . *r_ . _ . . Gland Mountain 



VANCOUVER Dec 30 «CF> 
trade, with rises In oils and mine* 



i u 

»t 
1*4 
, 04 
104 
IIS 



1 70 



today. Price changes were frac-.Dom i.r * cheat, 
tlonal on a narrow list and trading nanna* VJiwr 
wit* quiet. Mines slipped to lower Dr»d#*i Paper 

• 1. . I'#,* : 
Paii'-hi.d A.r.-rsft 



3V, 

a 

*04 

n> 

>« 



day while Industrials sold 



1UI 



•lowly **»ws#:e Ni<*«t 

° Pr.ul Orem* 



un no aenmic trend established. pioneer ooid 
In otk, Home Jumped 20 to 6.55. PnJS|jSi r ** ,- * r v ; 
A: E rooe 3 to 4 05. Anglo-Cana- Qaatamo copper 

— 1 — si***"* SW A 



“we- 



ns 

S3 

1H 

o>4 

io. 

1 00 

) 30 
4\ 
.30 
07 V 



H 

• I 
SO 

01 * 



3 TO 

3 26 

’ .33 



levels. 

Calgary and Edmonton advanced 
20c to lead oil gainers Home Oil 
was up 10c, and Consolidated 
Homestead gained 1-4. Imperial 
Oil and MirColl-Frontenar dis- 
played fractional gains. * Inter- 
national Petroleum was shaded. 



Fleei 



> Par 

Alri 




1948 



A» la lb* m>I »» wish ear client* i base* ***0 
ersaaaraai Sew Vrai end e<ed«r ourwlara «• wrevtde 
• b* alna«l In Hruail lairilNrai asrairs 



ahead 1 to 39, Mercury was up 1 *** n>nB 
to MS. Pacific Pete edged forward autW 



>*« 



nil OOtd 
Creed 

Ntodir 

t to 90 Globe moved up 1 to 70. r.Tnr'orm 
while East l*duc dropped 1 to 40 Cura 
and Leduc West slid 1 to 73 Bayonne 
Mines moved out In front 4 to 84, „ ( - r , jrril 
and Reeves McDonald moved ahead * f Turf 

r „ ... ..... . C'Ur. Weal U.r 



31’* 

1 03 



,1J' 



.134 



ahead 1-4. Beil was up one point. 

| but Winnipeg Electric dropped a 
* minor frurtlon Price added 1-4 



10 ', 

0J 



w 1-8 Consolidated Smelling 



jsv «M gained 1-8 In melnU 



3 30 and Canadian Western Lumber 

B exchanged hands at 3 80 In the u h MaeMillan 

Paciftr Coyle 



U 



55 4 SdrColl-Pronteuae. Pfd. 
1504 Manning Timber 
Mm*;.' Harm 
Mm*. Marrla Pfd 

MarMillau * - A'* 



454 
33 • 

• A ' 



!*• 
IB' a 
37>a 
•’a 



on.* 

Anarnnd* 
Anglo-Canadian 
A P Con 
C. A* g Corp. 

C almonl 
__ , . Commnlt 
344 I Commfin»ralih 
Da m cu air 
Baal le <1 tic 
Foolhllli 

• I Ifh a Barr* 

Home Oil 
t-edur Will . 
Mel* net 
Mrrrurt 



•Hager InvealmenU. Lid I 

Bid 



|P n aril liner 
I Wraimimur Paper 



3 7i 

s oo 

3 it 

• *7 

1*1 
67 
40 00 
30 00 



3 a.'i 
a 35 
3 40 
10 13* 



iJame* Bjehardaon A Sena Lid 

IN 

Can lnvral Fund 
Can Bar,* nf Crunmrrce 
Bar.e of Montreal _ 



40 TS 
30 M 



I0K 
1 74 
I4‘* 
4 00 

.*■4 
■ Ji 
.474 
M 

31 

3 no 



Atked 
II 
1 Ml 

»o 

4 0V 

S3 



Ltd i 
Bid 
.■Uh 



»3 



.IS' 



04 



I0'a MrDnogall 8»*nr 



IS' 

37*. 



Mod»l 
'National Prle 



t 0 *» Okal'a 



0 SO 
71 
044 
.14 
It*. 
]« 
31 

1 INI 



n 

I 40 



0«‘ 
IS 
1 4 
37 
JO 



I eel 



n*Haay 



Cum k Bo.iUirro 
I>iii»:»» Alrrraft 
P-jpOnl _ 

Kaltmin Kodak 
lil* RR 

General Pood* — 
General glertrlo .. 
General Mntnra ... 
Ooodrear Tire — 
Great Northern -. 

Int Hareeater 

Int T At T. 

Int Nlrkel 

J«Lma-ManvUla 
Kermerott coppar 
I/>es« Theatre 
M«'nl*i*mery Ward 
N»» Tore Cfr.tra I 







f’0cirir P.le VI J on 




National Min Car 314 >3 


Bn: al Canadian 114 It 




' if line >5 30 


Yana fta J7 






VaPan rn 13 






Bunaet oe io 






Superior 37 37 








307 


8Uii yet, n». Pfd a 100 1014 










. 104 


»(*•' of Canada. Pfd 0-i 




- . . . 3» 


V DL . * 14 




- 35 4 


United 8t**l 7 #4 





H i Stocks and Bonds 



<A ■ Amaa A Col 



nall«a| 



Pe 

repel Cola 

P-i lor Oaflkle 

Uadi*. 

Be Mbit* t*r»ei 
IF bonier pm liter* 
ai»nd*r-r OH nr Calif, 
•tandard nil n« H J. 
BiMjihern Par the 

a 



40 

4S'.| 

10 

03«a Aihdoon llardoara •• k " 

M i BiuUngtaa steal 

3D’, roamo* tmperTat Mina 

11 . Intar Meial Ind 444 no 



Hml* wf 



Unnm Uli uf Cal 
VM'eu Alreralt 
tjiiiien Fruit 
U H ftlerl 
Warner It ton 
Wraili.ylinuar EUrtrtC 
Wualourth 



13 1 

0* ‘ 

* ' 

34 • 

3I4I 

• J 

70 

1*. * Nilmpaon'* Ltd. "A"’ 

37 -*, lfllmptoa '4 Ltd. ' ■ ' 

17 , Union Gai 
37’* I United fuel “A' Ffd. 
twminiou Bant 

|03 ’ 4 1 Great Le'ae* Paeer "A" Pfd 
33 « liheai’ nrvwertea 



I Inter Meial Ind CUa* “A" 

1 Montreal Lneomntle# Work* 
j B C Klertrtc C«. Pfd 
Mnnarrh Knittina Cn Lid. 

National Hooery ”A 

|P*e* Meraey Tube* 

IPu.eell Ind. Ltd 



S4> 

70' 

13' 

30' 



Bid 

114 

IJS 


Aakad 

»I4 

13*. 


>9 

1014 


>3'« 

101 


30 4 


54 


10 '. 


11 


004 


01 


13 


144 


10 


134 


IIS 


Sit. 


144 


144 


144 


37 


314 


334 


94 


94 


474 


404 


35 


354 


454 


44 


104 


104 



Toronto Slocks 

TORONTO, Dec. 30 tCP'. — Ir- 
regularity prevailed In quiet trad- 



r.liiru<zo Grain 

CHICAGO. Dec. 30 <47.— Year- 
end evemng-up operations com- 
bined with mill buying to give grain 
futures a steady to firm tone to- 
ward the end of todays Iradlng. 



lag or. the Toronto Block Exchange Nearby deliveries of wheat showed 
today. Industrials showed belated ( greatest strength on mill buying. 



sigiLs of improvement, but golds , There was some buying of the May 
wire easy while Western olD and 1 delivery against sales of deferred 



bow metals were mixed Western I contracts. Corn held steady with 
oils were active on a broad front, some cash Interests selling on a 



Bank of H S 

Hoyal Bank . 

lUank of Turocts 

Aiiai* Bt»el 

. Abitlbl Com , 

Ailrd Ahlllbl Pfd 

” • Alfoma S!*fl 

.Aluminum Pfd, 

M I A«h* *tu» C«rn. 

3J4 Bathural "A" 

'8*ll Talephuo* - - 

Braillian Trart 

B.-A Oil 

BC P.rarr ’ A" 

Bulldlny Prod 

B-urk Bilk Mill* 

Bulolo Gold 

Can A- f>i*m Su«ar 

Can Maltlnf * 

Can. Nor po*»r 

Can Hi**m*hli.* Com .. 
Can. Ktramshli** Pfd 
Can Camant 
Can Rirtrrlti 
Can. Urun*t Com 
Can. *‘»r A Foundry Com 
Can C*iin*w 
Can Dr*d|» A Dork 
Can lndu> Airohol . 

Can LoiomoilTt 

C.FIt 

‘ .Can Vlckara Com. 

Mineral products account for W co^Akohoi 0 " ' 

Con* Paper 

Conaumtr* O'aa* 



134 

374 



> Ml 
31 v 



Fr*.rr Co V 1 


65 4 


o4 


Gatineau Puwer 


11 , 


10 *e 


l,rn Steel Ware* 


144 


1 ] 


p* lint Lime 


— - 164 


L» • 


Harm!' un IHMf* 


7 


14 


Howard Sniltfr 


. _ JO * ■ 


14 a 


Imperial OH 




It , 


Itl'perlal Tobarrw 


_ U'a 


1 ( •. 


Int Nickel 






Ir-.t Paper 


50 \ 


•m 


Int Pete 


14 


1(4 


Jamaica P 8 


14 


144 


Lake c( Mi* Woods 


31 


JJ 


Ictwnry Waller M . 


__ >U4 


to . 


Maple Leaf Com _ 


.. 1 3 


1.74 


Maeaey llarrU. Com. 


104 


14'. 


Maway Har ne. Pfd 


>74 


01 *. 


MrCr.ll.rrr.nt . Com. ... 


10 . 


104 


i Mutn A Out Paper 


J) , 


K5 4 


M it/ bell. Bobt 


174 


11 


VoIiuij Brew, 


37*. 


^0 


Moi'i a Corp 


l> 


73 


•Vational Brew, 


44 4 


*5 


Nallorial Dru| 




114 



A. 

NPW- YORK 
UONTRKAL 


E. AMES & CO. 

LnuiTrn 

INTKSlWrST brt't'KITIKg 

Y'ANOOi’VbK wivNirro 

TOBOKtO U'HVl* *-.«tLAM» 


L_ T 



HAGAR INVESTMENTS LTD. 

■ Stock Hrokcrs and Bond Dealers ■ 
Central Bldg. view at broad (i H'J l-U'J-'J.T 



• Haiar InvealmenU 
I M lino OILS 

Allianrt 

Ar T4« _________ 

Biinr ■ 

rCblmunt Leduc 

Kattcrrat 

Pr»»hold - ■ 

tilu be — . — 

lOranvtlta 

Haifa! _____ 

Hlchwood Bit' re . 

- ead Com 

•l^ddr Cun*. 1 

Leduc _W»*t 

LadUi tail 

Loaary 

Maple tear _ 

Maduon 

PMIIIp* Prl* . _ 

Print eu Pete .. , _ . 

BonMeid 

South Brateau _ 

Hp. inner . 

Superior „ . 

Turner Valley 

Called . 



» 

30 

114 

17*. 

30 

03 



-334 

00'. 

.014 

41 

03 4 
t*»*. 

13 v» 
.174 
.10 
744 



.10 

.14 

IX 

.30 

74 

.41 



.34 

04 



14' 

. 00 ' 

IS' 

Ji 

J7< 



.11 



per cent of Bolivian exports. 



34' 

31 1 
140 
10 

33 
IS' 
30' 
31 
IT 
IB 
I ! 1 
II 
la* 
40' 
II 
*3* 
14* 
IT 
41 • 
10* 
»1» 
30 
I4< 

3* 

11* 

4* 

104 

30 



30 

13 • 
11* 
in 
07* 
35 
If 
33 
!fi« 
l»* 



• Nat. 

Ogiifle r Jour 
Pa** Ileraey 
IPecmaiu Ltd. 

Powei River . 

1 Poatr Corp 
I Price Proa 
Muetiei Poser 
Mi La* Corp. 

84 La* Paper PId 
Hlrka' Ilreverle* 



314 

S7 

33 

M 



441 



Pfd 



144 
07 4 
174 
444 
1134 
15 



31 

11 
• (7 

41 

!4 

10 

47 

114 



H. A. HUMBER, 


LTD. 


Quotation Service on 


STOCKS. BONDS. COMMODITIES. 


MINES and OILS 


. AtaUeMea! Infermatlaa — Beal I.eUt* 


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Amarillo. Tru« founded by Cal 
Farley, centre* on the attempt of 
a Texan and hi s neighbor* u. give a 
fresh start in life to Juvenile delin- 
quents who haw been handicapped 
by poverty and thr wrong environ- 
ment. 



Many Foreign Shipping Companies 
Interested in Buying Princess Alice 



A TLA n June Haver and !.Lu 
rilEATRt: Blevena appear a* the 

top vaudeville stars of 
our ouiat flaming era In Twentieth 
Century -Pox a Technicolor musical 
I Wonder Who* K using Her 
Now Halted on the •setting life 
story of Joe E Howard. America's 
moat romantic troubadour, the Aim 
end* tonight at the Atlas Theatre 



Last {September official* of U»t 1 
CPR announced the coastal pe*- 
aengrr vessel 8s Princes* Alice was 
to be sold, and since that time alie 
has been awaiting the end of her, 
career on thta towel at the Inner 
Hai bur docks of the company 
To be an Id on a "where Is aa la" 
basis, the ship has attracted the 
attention of many foreign shipping 



Atlas I Wonder Who. Kiv 
Ing Her Now.” starring June 
Haver and Mark Steven* 
Capitol Lon McCalUater and 
Peggy Ann Garner in 
"Thunder in the Valley" 
Dominion “Pour Feather* 
a tarring Ralph Richardson 



SANTA'S ftlRTHPI ACT 

Saint Nicholas »h«<e festival still 
survives in five Santa Claus or 
Christmas rejoicings is the patron 
saint of Ru>si* and »aa a name 
of Patur.« in Lye la 



1 Marine !Setcs 

By KAY iVOKMAl.n 

Alongside a congested float near the Point Hope Ship- 
yards in upper reaches of the Inner Harbor lies a weather- 
beaten vessel which appears to have resigned herself to art 



CAPITOL Lon McCalUater bring 



— it** China and the Philippine* 
Therg have been many In- 
quiries about the vesuri,*' yesterday 
remark'd Capt O J Williams, 
manager of the C ‘ R.’* BC. Coast 
Steamship Service, "but an actual 
sale has been hindered due to money 
exchange regulations with foreign 
countries " 

It is expected the ship will b« 
sold "early L the new year " 

It is understood that the C PR 
does not want the ship to remain 
on this coast, under the ownership 
of a competitive Arm 

princess Alice was truly a 'lady' 
of the coastal fleet. Named after 
H R H Princess Alice, she has 
steamed more than 1,000.000 mile* 
on the Brlttah Columbia Coast. In 
her days she ha* carried a con- 
siderable number of distinguished 



She is the gallant tug Sadie— a veteran o 1 B C. coastal bu 
waters, and a ship once looked upon with great pride by the 
hearty men who sailed her. With her engines tong removed, 
and her hauling gear gone, the 70-foot hulk is slowly but 



riau Carmen Miranda ana 
Groucho Man In "Copa- 
cabana " 

Km -Bing Crosby and Ingrid 
Bergman in "The Bells of 
8t. Mary's.” 

Royal "This Time for Keei* 
■tarring Esther Williams 
and Johnnie Johnston 
York — Edmund Lowe and 
Brenda Joyce in 'The En- 
chanted Forest " 



"Thunder In the Valley.” ihe new 
Twentieth Century-Fox hit which 
tuu been photographed In color by 
Technicolor. The picture ends to- 
night at thr Capitol Theatre, and. 
feature* Edmund Owenn. It was 
directed by Louis King and pro- 
duced bv Robert Boxxler 



BOYS’ RANCH 



PRINCESS ALICE 



grounding*, and even a tew col- 
lisions 

Princes* Alice a**uinrd the ro\c 
of a death ihlp early In October 
of 191R when she carried Uie bodies 
of 300 victim* of the wrecked Prin- 
ces* Bopida south from Lynn Canal 
to Victoria. 

The ship was built at the English 
shipyard Arm of Bwan. Hunter. 
Wlgham A Richardson, Newcaatle- 
on-Tyne. and launched In 1811 



person* . . among Uiem the Duke 
of Windsor, when he was Prince of 
Wale* He came to this city on 
the ship from Vancouver In Sep- 
tember of 1818 

The "lady" ha* hail her share of 
trouble* too. She* had some 
severe shakings in vicious storm* 
that sweep through Quern Char- 
lotte Strait. 

She has nosed her way through 
pea-soup fogs, had her share of 



DOMINION Thr very arar \sar- 
THEATRE tup used by Lord 

Kitchener in his fa- 
mous expedition up the Nt'e to re- 
lieve Khartoum in the Sudan war 
was Used again for the screen ver- 
sion of this expedlllnn in Alexander 
Korda'* "Four Featherv.” the Tech- 
nicolor adventure drama which 
end* tonight at thf Dominion The- 
atre The ship known at the Malik. 
In which Kitchener traveled over 
the Nile cataracts, has been for 
years the flagship of the Khartoum 
Yacht Club 



NEW YEAR'S EVE 
FROLIC 



OAK BAY Human interest and 
THEATRE dramatic excitement 

are skilfully ui> u 

in “Boy* Ranch," new M-GM pic- 
ture. which ends tonight at the Oak 
Bay Theatre, with Jackie -Butch 
Jenkins. James Craig and Skippy 
Homeier heading a noteworthy cast 
The story, inspired by the famed 



Charlie Hunt • 
7-Piect Orchestra 
Noise Makers • Hats 
Tickets: 12.00 Each 



Troubled limes 
i id Civilization 



('allege Head Sees 
Point ing I if Rehirl 



ri.AZA 

THEATRE 



Copacaoana,” the dr 
iix* 6am Cndow mu 



Durante in "THIS TIME FOR KEEPS 



the Pla/a Theatre It mark' Car- 
men Miranda > initial appearance 
as a free-lance star following the 
termination of her long-term con- 
tract with Twentieth CenlUry-lYnt 
In It. Carmen plays opposite the 
irrepressible Groucho Marx, who 1* 
appearing on the screen for the 
first time without his famous 
brothers 



Although many person* thought AdvutaUng tluit all men take a 
the prevailing confusion and unreal look toward the future with new 
throughout nation* mark the be-’ ideal*, the speaker •uguested that 
ginning of the end, Dr Ewing feels] each and everyone face that future ( 
present conditions mark the "re- with "a balanced optimism and 
birth of civ luxation.” rather than an enlightened courage 
a conclusion to that known now 'Let us took toward the future 

with faith that man will find aolu- 
tlona to hi* problems * 

MembeTi of the two'Klwanls Club* 
must have agreed with the speaker s 
Thetr appau>« was loud 

and long 

A buitoiM phase ol the meeting 
me included presentation of a special 
buf i certificate from headquarters of 
Kiwanl* International to Dent' 
Hagar, Immediate past president of 
the Victoria Ktwanl* Club. The 
paper was a token of appreciation 
for the “untiring efforts and out- 
standing leadership" of Mr. Hagar 
during his term in office Presenta- 
tion was made by Charles Dakin 
district governor, Nanaimo, a guest 
at the meelJng 

O. K Allen, formerly of tlie Point 
Grey club, was introduced as a new 
member of the Victoria organlaatlon 



A* liiv world find* itself on uie 
brink of another year, how should 
Mr and Mr*. Cttiarn of all nation* 
regard the future in view of the 
present contusion, uncertainly and 
conflict^ 

One hundred men answering thu. 
question would. In all probability, 
present a almllai number of replies. |er* 
I Dr J M Ewing principal 
torla College, ha* hi* own 
and outlook 
! clearly a: 

I fore a i_. 

| and Oak Buy 
Empress Hotel 



A GRAND 

NEW YEAR’S EVE 
SHOW TONIGHT! 

DOORS AT 11:30 

A MUSICAL YOU'LL ALL ENJOY . . . 
A PARADE OF COLOR, COMEDY AND 
DANCING COLLEENS 

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By way of explanation rather Uian 
consolation, he reminded hi* U*t*n - 
— i there had been similar tlmea in 
history when the pewdmtetlc tH’r 
i opinion* j of people 0* nation* had regarded J^weage 
which he expressed i their time* and conditions a* "the 
and forcibly yesterday be- end 
Joint, meeting of the Victoria “In those umes. Just a* now 
Klwanls Cluba at (hrigjg did not come about . . . 

rather a new- civilization 

~~ CHANGE AND PROGRESS 
i AN CO-OP "New element* have been brought 

orthern Rhodesia <CP> ^ o,r ancient putlern . the 
African co-operative wor i,t t* full of change* and progress 
en formed in North- ^nd with every great discovery or 
Tobacco and ground i progressive step we take a risk . . . 
ho have been opernl- , Th frr is no progress without 
illy a- a producer!' ' | danger," Dr Ewing said He fell the 
ive agreed lo register - nrw clrlllzutlon" would be "mightier 
■alive Hitherto they ^ than anything man has 

Mr produce through pver known •• 



gurvly losing a fight agalnat winds, tidea ana water, riauw- 
Ing is crarked. metal la rusted and her once-strong decks 
are warped and wrinkled 

Sadie went into “retirement” at the start of the recent 
war. The sturdy vessel faded out of the towing picture of 
Ihis coast to mnke way for faster and more modern crafi 
of her type .... 0 .. 



ROYAL In "Thu Tima lor 
THEATRE Krepa." which and* to- 
night at the Royal 
Theatre. Johnnie Johnston, estab- 
lished tinging star, follow* hi* role 
in "Till the Cloud* Roll Bv" with 
one In which ha woo* and win* 
Esther William* with an outstand- 
ing wore of romantic song Lauriu 
Melchotr once more has a role that 
permit* full piuy of his heroic tenor 
voice a* well a* his comedy talent*. 



will be no more — she is lo be burned on a nearoy nca« n 
Nothing will be left of the tug but a memory 

Years on Salvage Jiflt 

Sa4ie wa.s built in 1892 by William J Stephens at 
Spratt's Wharf, now the site of Manning Lumber Mills Ltd 
Her compound steam engines, built here by Albion Iron 
Works, were installed by the late Capt George McGregor 



DENNIS /J 



NEW YEAR'S EVE 

FROLIC 

BUDDY GLOVER 1 ORCHESTRA 
PRINCE ROBERT MOUSE 



He was first engineer on board the ship for a number ol| 
years, 

The tug* first skipper * 

Dan M unroe. whose (taught 
*U1I lives in Victoria. 

The copper -fastened ve* 
a ted nut of Victoria 
life, serving waters of V 
Island and the Mainland 
her first outstanding jobs wax with | for 
t he collier San 
aground on Brulchlr Ledge, 
collier was owned and operated by the rich Northern country around 
the Southern Pacific Railway. Work Nome, Alaska Newsmen from many 
on the Aunken vr**el lasted nearly points of North America were an*-, 
two years, during whlrh time the lou* to get first-hand accounts of 
ship was gradually dismantled , the ship, her gold and her men. and 
Sadie also worked in close co- there was no wireless communlca- 
ope ration with thr Royal Navy lion in thnee day*. The ship became 
when It had a ba.se at EaqulmAlt. | lost In a heavy fog In the Strait 
Granite foundation stone* of the of Juan dr Fuca. Vessel* from Ca- 
LeglslatlVf Buildings were brought nadian and American port* took 
to Victoria by Sadie from Heddtng- part in the resultant search 



WITH 

ALAN HALE • 
ARLENE DAHL 



GEORGE TOBIA 
* BEN BLUE 



* Capt I ton Island in the Gulf of Georgia KJf) frith can 

■ Badle. nie 60-ton tug made many trip* , ,, r ATH > overcome all dltflrultlee 

before the la*l atone block was de- ^ ^ underlying themr 

il oper- Uvered to thla port. o( - T1 j p B ,,u„ n f gt. MaryV* * n ! 

ill her she also played her purl in Uu whJch ging Crtwby and Ingrid Berg- 1 
ncouver Klondlkr gold nish of 1BV7 and 1«9H mftn Rrp Rfarrr{ j The delightfully 
On* oil a United State* vessel whs heading humoro , u tn d warmly human story, 
Seattle with a full load of whjc j, rnd „ tonight at the Rio The- 

Pedro which ran ihe precious yellow metal the first n , re ceT itrts around ths shabby 

The large shipment of gold taken from 1 oJrt paror j,iai arhool of S' Mary ; 

• »... -• *-* . ---.....a existence of which is thieutened 

bv condemnation proceedings Insti- 
gated by a crabby old capitaJUt who 
haa erected a big new building next 
door and want* the schqol property 
for a parking lot. 



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STARTING A HAPPY NEW YEAR FOR EVERYONE 

TONIGHT — With a Grand and Glamorous 



POSITIVELY 
LAST TIMES TODAY 

. v v Of A Uf re. 



OPINING AT It 30 P M _ T •« fc »t« Now O* S«U At Tt>« Bat 0»»u. 



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INolifr lo MnriiifrK 

Mariner* are advised that during 
reconstruction of the Great North- 
ern Railway Company Bridge No. 69 
near Crescent, over the Ntcomekl 
River, Boundary Bay. B C . the pres- 
ent channel will be reduced to the 
following dimensions: 39 feet lateral 
clearance and 11 feet, nine inches 
clearance over ordinary high tide* 

Replacement start about Jan- 
uary 5, and will be completed on or 
about October I of next year. The 
announcement was made yaaterday 
from of fires of W. L. Stamford, local 
■ gent for the Department of Trans- 
port. 



TECHNICOLOR 



ENDS TODAY 



COPACABANA 



LAST TIMES TODAY! 

In Glonoul Technicolor 
MIGHTY ADVENTURE 

“FOUR FEATHERS” 

WitK Ralph Richardion 
John CUmonft - Jm»* Duprci 
ett » C. Audrov Sonfh 

LAUREL and HARDY 

"PACK UP YOUR . ^ 
TROUBLES 



Bus Storage 

In au attempt to meet the prob- 
lem of overcrowded condition* at 
storage facllltlr* at Vancouver In- 
land Coach Line*. Ltd., a large build- 
ing at the Bay Street plant or Vic- 
toria Machinery Depot Co. f-td b- 
now being prepared to hmiae Duse* 
U was reiiorted y as lei day bv Harold 
Husband, managing director of both 
i he bus system and V M D 

It ha* been reported a number ol 
Shop facilities at the Buy Street 
V M D. shipyard are *oon to under- 
go major renovation Although no 
ntans have been announced to date. 



ENDS TODAY 



hi mi hiMtut rmioi itioim or u.i ri 

THE BELLS OF ST. MARYS 



TARZAN AND THE 
LEOPARD WOMAN- 



TODAY 



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2f>r 1 "e 

"VICTORIA'S GRIATIST SHOW VALUE” - 
SUPERB BEWITCHING INTIRTA1NMINT FOR ALL' 
• thi wnairt so wvvra an snvnnri i aiinmv 



NEW TIME 



CABELDU & MAY PROGRAM 
“PERSONALITY TIME” 



Laurie Dillahaujfli will itflervigw l* SN MARLOWE the 
brilliant .'tmns; dramatic acire*6. who ro.ee hi »tar<)uin 
aftei her fine (•••rtraial oi Barbara in “Hangover SnhkFt** 
. . , and also m "Junior Mill," and “Rendezvous ” 



YORK A 78th birthday may 

THPkTRK be a big Item to some- 
body's grandfather, but 
to Harry Davenport It vu ;u*t an 
other day before the Oamei ** The 
birthday oecurred while Davenport 
and m*ir\her < « of I* R.C.’s “F.nchant- 
•d Forest - cost werv deep in the 
California redwood country along 
She plcturesnue Kern Rive; »hne* 
Rig seen#* for the all-color hit 
which end* tonight at Ine York 
Theatre. 



PERSONALITY TIME 

EIIAYS A ll/l 90 < 
j.m. Vl VI ON YOU 



ENDS TOOAY ! 

“Thunder hi ttm Valley 

• «K ION McCAlLISTER 
IOMUNO GWIMN 



4 m tmur tnu ttnoooi 
is rnioe at n« at. aa» 
wotm Mr* «iriM am •* 



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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1947 



Five Incorporations on Island 
Listed During Two-Week Period 

Three new companies In Nanaimo [Leaf Grocery Ltd. 130.000, Vernon; 
and two in Victoria were Included Tweedsxnulr Hotel Co. Ltd , 1150.000. 
tn a total of 41 incorporations at Bums Lake; B.C. Taxi Ltd., 120,000, 
the companies office at the Legls- and Prince George Machinery Depot 
iatlve Buildings during the two Ltd . 140 000, Prince Oeorge. Interior 
weeks ended yesterday. Advertising Co. Ltd, 110.000. Ke- 

In Victoria. General Welders Ltd, down*. Onion Discount Co. Ltd , 
• capitalised at $50,000. and Owen. *10.000. Kamloops; Twin Service 
Sons Richardson Ltd . $50,000. Station Ltd.. $10,000, Dawson Creek, 
were registered; In Nanaimo. 8c ho- and Dueck Building Supplies Ltd. 



Island Trucking C'o. Ltd., $20,000, Registered extra-provlnclally were 
and Nanaimo Pile Driving A Dredg- Russell Theatres Lid., $20,000. with 
ing Co. Ltd $10 000 head office ^ Russell. Manitoba, and 

Other new incorporations during head British Columbia office in 
the fortnight were: jorand Porks, and Monsanto <Can- 

From Vancouver— Lockwood A Co. a da> Ltd. $300,000 and 8,000 shares 
Ltd , 110.000; Martell Sawmills Ltd , no par value, Montreal and Van- 
•30,000; Port Albeml Pish Co. Ltd couver 

J 0 '* 11 " 10 U Dr,ve Ltd M ° - Under the Societies Act the follow- 
000; Jeffries A Turk Ltd.. $20.000;, lng were ln corporated Elks Holding 



To Viait Victoria 



m 



New (sovernineiil Sets February 23 City Police Court " ,» 

_ J A fine of $50 or In default one yeaterday. 

For Saanich. Cariboo By-Klee lions *-• F" ^ 

' J he appeared In city police- court wh , n he plradpd ln cUy 

First act of the new Coalition Liberal candidates will he no ml- 1 nominated. for the by-elertlONs. are "charge if having In police court yesterday of being In- 

oveniment yesterday was to set nated ln both by-elections without Charles A. Thomas iCCJ- ) tor r-t ilver UT * U .* toxlcated while in control of an 

onday. February 23. as <he date opposition from Progressive Con- ^ , 1 ' * " automobile. His driver’s licence was 

r British Columbia’s two pending servaUves. Cariboo. and Bruce Mlckleburgh _ _ . suspended for six months. 



City Police Court 



j Government yesterday was to set nated ln both by-elections without Charles A. Thomas (CCJ-l lor r-volvrr * toxica led while ln control of an 

■ Monday. February 23. as <he date oppoaltion from Progressive Con- riH . " . u . 1 ~ automobile. His driver’s licence was 

for British Columbia’s two pending servaUves. d B * Mlckleburgh ktromt su5 P*‘ nd « 1 *ht months. 

by -elec Uarts - .. , <LPP.) for Saanich. Pur “«htlng OP Fugard Street. ■ 

uj- r.evuu.ia. Voters lists In both convtliuenciea Alexander Stewart was fined $10 ' 

Announcement was made by Pre- win close January 17. and nomlna- , Counc, bor J. L. Hobbs no* ln- or Jn dff Jt dav . Proceaslng and not the tlma of 

mier Byron Johnson Immediately tlons February 10. dlcated he will seek Cooiltiup noml- picking, determines Whether tea lg 

after the first meeting of the ex- Setting of February 23 as date a * l,on * or *be Saanich sen;. Pleading guilty to a charge of green cvjr black. 




They are to fill the 8aan.ch seat predict Ucins that the 1048 session !. 
vacated when Hon. Norman W. 1 0 f the Legislature would make a I 
Whittaker, former Speaker In the late start. In recent yean, the | 
House was elevated to Supreme House has been summoned early In 
Court bench, and the Cariboo seat. February 

which became vacant by death of The two by-elections w'li be the l 



Louis LeBourdals. 



| first since revision of the Provin- 



Rt. Hon. L. BT. LAURENT 
Arrangements are being made by' 



Fee Ltd . $10,000; Putnam. Cosens * 1 8t. Laurent Is Canadian delegate t 

A Wright t 1918) Ltd . $50,000; Capl- I T C] i"' 1 nl [United Nations General Assembl; 

Unn Tool it Die Works Ltd. 15.000 U.vl. | .OHSUIcll* He h “ been ot t*’ 011 "* 0 

shares, no par value; B. A A. Power ' [Cabinet since 1041. serving as Min 

A Construction Co. Ltd , 1,000 shares, £\P£* • I ‘ iwter of Justice before taking hi 

ho par value; Rolling Motors Ltd., I l|||( t |*ll | present post He was appointed l 

$10,000; Westmount Stock Farm M Privy Council ln January, 1046. 

laird Ud $31 - g * | • I 

000; Paramount Industries . Ltd . I III MIT to I lolrt p* ■ r • ■ 

•10.000; Lewis A Kolberg Ltd . 110.- I" \/3lU I |l\7 V POP) 'IhlP 

000; Haro Holding Ltd. *25.000. 1 \ ill > UllMl 

Tldewuter Pore-f Products Ltd . $25.- A mcmbrr "f the United Slate, J O 

000; Lakewood Estates Ltd.. $100,000; co,tU, »' service in Canada for the I* , 

N< ven-Up British Columbta G948- l'**t 22 years. E H Johnson. United 1)1) | 

Ltd. 10.000 shares, no par value; States vice-consul In Victoria for six | | 

Chase- It Manufacturing Co. Ltd . h ere before the end wy • Ol 

0.000; Teds Used Cars Ltd $10.- of January to take up new duties ln K 1111111110 ^llQrl 
OOO. and National Timber Co. Ltd . ° B, °- N °fway ^ 

130,000 shares, no par value Mr Johnson, his wife and 17-year supplies of locally-grown vegr 



'I A native of Compton. Que, Mr j gi new government Executive 

; d '^r b “ ,„.r;r ~ — — « - *— - f 

He has been member of Dominion tjve CounrU j„ t erday. with a^full nounced that he had resigned from « 
Cabinet since 1941. serving as Min- attendance of the new Johnson- a11 directorates he had held on the 1 
| lat*T of Justice before taking his Anseomb Coalition Government Mainland and Vancouver Island 
| present post He was appointed to won , , n the day before before taking office as Prem.er fe 

Privy Council in January, 1948. It has been the custom for thr tk«. n. ..... .. £ 



City Vegetable 
Supplies 



It has been the custom for the , These Included British Columbia i* 
Cabinet to roee* at 10 30 am. each ; Power Corporation. Evans. Cole- f 
Tuesday and Friday. Yesterday’s , man A Ollley Bros. Ltd., and sub- . 
meeting began an hour earlier, con- rtdiarles of both organisations. He * 
■iriued until about ntid-da>. when wax vice-president and general • 
Premier Johnson flew b ac-. tha 1 manager of Evans. Coleman A OU- 

Malnland to spend the New Year ley Bros, and subsadiarle., which 1 
holidays at his New Westminster included Evans. Coleman it John- 
h,jmr i »on Bros. In Victoria 



009. and National Timber Co. Ltd .A 0 **- U " " U 11 \ a f, nno ¥? 1 

130,000 shares, no par value Mr Johnson, his wife and 17-year supplies of locally-grown vegr- ^ ^ ^ “ "■ * *1 ■ * ltv31tl(:ll| 01 L32ICS 

Prom elsewhere In the province- old son. James, will go first to Wash- ub | a are prplty wrU ^4 up and ______ C 

Davidson Construction Co. Ltd . | Ington, DC, and then to Norway. Victorian, may have lo go without i' T/v V Joif- VinfjvJo O 

010.000. North Vancouver; Maple Joining the United State. Oov UDK varieties because of the lm- 10? I SI I ? |( 1003 , 1 < 1 1 1 1 1 < 1 1 ’ \ ,) 

rmment service prior to the Great pert restrictions Imposed by the J 

ww fl’i 1 War. Mr Johnson resigned his poal- Pederal Government, according to Rxyrnrtnd F McEroy, Providence. : on current and future pruen 

Mlllltpr ll :il’IW Uon to**™ with the armed forces, local wholealers. R J - national president or the Pra- th , .. . 

▼? HI llo , and spent Rome time overseas during I No lettuce and very little spinach Order of Eagles, will visit * lea 

- __ # thf Rejoining the Government Ls available now. It Is reported, while Victoria January 3 and 4. It wb. order * Mr - McElroy repi 

IWI'lfl ; sen ire at the conclusion of the war supplies of celery and hothouse an °fE«»hlMtlon of 1 .378.000 

Ilvlldll o he was sent lo Stavanger, Norway tomatoes are nearing exhaustion 
* J After two and one-half yearn In Fairly good supplies of cabbages and 

r<innnft \\ , Norway he came to Canada, taking root vegetables are on hand 

wiCillllUl Tv Cl 1 1 U P bis first appointment in this There are few oranges in slock but 



eminent service prior to the Great j port restrictions Imposed by the J 

War. Mr Johnson resigned his poal- , Federal Government, according to' Raymond P McEroy, Providence. : on current and future programs c! ■ 

I 'Jon to serve with the armed forcer local wholealers. R I - national president or the Pra- lhe E , nation 1 1 !| 

, and spent some time overseas during! No lettuce and very little spinach , ^ rn * 1 Order of Eagles, will visit ltta * T ° r > 

I the war Rejoining the Government is available now. It U reported, while Victoria January 3 and 4, It wa.* ‘ p order * McElroy represents | 



l\ 11*111 lkPh‘ll(\ | .cnire at the conclusion of the war supplies of celery and hothouse 
■w.C'l/ClII Cy he was sent tn Stavanger, Norway, romatoev are nearing exhaustion 
* J Afler two and one-half years in Fairly good supplies of cabbages and 

t „ B _ ak | \\ *f Norway he came to Canada, taking root vegetables are on hand 

wiCillllUl Tv Cl I l I up * ,la appointment In this There are few oranges in slock but 

country In Sydney. NS, In Scptem- two carloocla are expected early In 
The longer major repairs nn Vie- 1 ber, 1939. He later served at Monc- January. They are being Imported 
tori a roads are delayed tlw more ton. Frederickton and Campbellton. under the quota system, 
they will cost, according to Aid. Dr. I NB.; Charlottetown, PJE.I.; Halifax. On the brighter side are report* 
J. D. Hunter, public works com- NS; Regina. Saak, and Victoria. that bananas are becoming more 

mil tee chairman. plentiful and there will soon be 

Presenting a road preliminary rr- l\ * I sufficient to meet all demands 

construction program to the City \ ()Ur I Ml I V Orape supplies are considered to be 

Council, estimated to cost at least J sufficient for another two weeks. 

$1,000,000, he urged that some of 1^ « The potato market Ls holding firm 

.ho work be started early In the I HFKilM but wholesalers expect prices to 

New Year even though the council _ ndvanrj. 

may not h»v, had tin* to pa*. B > “WARD A WAGNER ,i ~ 

lu estimates. planetary daily guide for __ 

*The time l» past when we can WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER SI, I lipilc 

continue patching our roads.’’ he Keywords for the Day EnthuMam sAClIUI l 1 Iltl lo 
declared. ’’The horse and buggy resolution, service. * 

days are gone.’ 1 Wednesday In General- fmr-t wnrkr 17 r 



I but wholesalers expect prices to 
advance soon. 

Report Thefts 




days are goiy. Wednesday In General: Get work |< I'Gtll l I 110 

City official, are afraid that some | compl e!ed early. Guard against 1 I fJIll ? .ill « I UJl 
of tlie roads along new bus routes. „ ceMlVf durlll€ the afUr . P _ M 

which now need rebuilding, will be- noon an(1 Mr|y even|ni| _ ravorab , f 1 W Blakeney. 48 Obcd Avenue, 

come virtually Unjiassable with the nperwte tonight. Indication r *P ort «l «o city police yeaterday xnnwmced today by CecU 

heavier traffic unless action Is taken this will be a pleasant, notable Lh * t a quantity of clothing had president of No. 13 Aerie. 



a.VVMO.NU r. MrCI ROY 



in the very near future. 

Firms Advised 
Special Sales 
Need Licences 



an organisation of 1.378.000 mem- 
bers. the largest benefit-paying or- 
ganization ln the world. 

Mr MrKIroy. administrator of 
racing for Rhode Island, has long 
been active in national councils, 
and In civic and public affairs of 
his home city and state. A former 
city clerk of Providence, he has 
served as president of the New 
England City and Town Clerks’ As- 
sociation. Eected as grand worthy , 
president at the 1847 national con- 
vention at Chicago. McEroy has 
held office as secretary of the 
Rhode Island State Aerie, as grand 
worthy conductor, and as grand 
worthy vice-president, the pomion 
from which he max elevated to hLx 
present offire. 

Plana include a reception at the 
Empress Hotel on January 3. In , 
the late afternoon, and McEroy 
Night. January 4. when the order 
hopes to enlist 100 new members. 

PLEADS INNOCENT 

NUERNBERG. Dec 30 • Reuters) 



New Year’s Eve been stolen from his car Monday Mr. McElroy will addrrsra mem- NL ERNBERG. Dec 30 » Reuters) 

If December 31 Is Your Blrthdate n, * ht whl,f ,he vehlc,e had brra ° f lh * Arr,e at 7 30 p m ln Marshal HugoSperrle.com- 

Manr Happy Returns,” Famous L ,,lrk,, . t, on Johrw " n S,reH be,wprn ‘ he A '’ flr H ° me ’ 7 ” V>eW 8tr “ t> mander of the Oerman air fleet ln 



de.T« izr^E vie, ° r 1001 a rh ‘ niney f!re •“ a i,auAr ° wned rt B rT? L ' t:nK,ftnd ** -*:*'- 

Attention to the fact that buslnea’: , ,, ,1 1 h U 1 by the BC. Cement Company at d,, n^ » T ‘ng near a grocery store 

house* holding dosing out sales for „ , V. P,an * r * n ^ madr . _ Tod Inlet wax extinguished by the complained to the proprietor about 

whatever reason are required to ob- pracl c “ * nd <l * ecuted now AsSOiS ItUTPrlSP Saanich Fire Department yesterday rustomerx arriving and forming a 

tain a special licence wax called by | ^ c ‘ afternoon, department headquarten queue at 9 a m 

officl&U of the City trades licensing ( f'nmmanilant TORONTO. Dec. 30 <CP) — The reported. The house suffered no 

department yesterday. ' ,, r HlHiaiHlcini annual^ statement of the Bank of damage. 

It was explained the licence must SunlmCCfl lo Dl*P Toronto, released today, shows total m the city Uie fire department 

be obtained If a merchant is hold- assets of $393,518 000. an increase responded to two chimney fires, a l— I /~\ 11/ C 1# » n 7* 

Ing • sale to dispose of hLs stock DACHAU. Oermany. Dec. 30 of $25 000.000 over last year, and small fire In an automobile and a Mm W kJ /VI A t\ / 

because of the expiration of a lease Hans Mnrser, commandant of the the highest In the bank's hlxtory falxe- slnrm yesterday. • __ 

bmcause he Is selling cnit. moving Nordhausen concentralion Total earnings were up by *132,- rh , .. ' A R F 1 Cl I / ' 

bankrupt, holding a fire xnle or for nunp. today was sentenced to death 000. but with Increases for deprrrla- , _ ' ‘ , ‘ ._ ... ' 

a numbrr of other reasons by a United States war crime* lion In bank premises and In Do- ... „ ° ' * . . 

Before the licence u granted, the court, which also Imposed sentence* minion taxes, the net Is $• 187 000. [ ' . . t \ p , How smart are you? In January*! 

merchant U requlrrd to provide de- ranging from five yean Imprison- down, $8000. After payment of ,rttBr ' *^‘ . e 1 Header's Digest are 3 of the sort 

tails of the sale, the amount of stock nient to life on 14 of hts confeder- dividends of $730 000, the sum of * u om '' Ie n ' r “ of problems psychologists use to 

to be disposed of. the price paid for stes. *487 783 was carried forward to ‘‘ * . p m ’ , determine aptitudes and abilities, 

the goods and other Information at ft wwa the last war crime* case profit and loss account. an ] a,fe , nr vr re ^* s * d TVy these teats. They’re fun to do 

the discretion of the licence In- scheduled to be held before a United Current loans of *112,000000 are / “ ‘ irm ,Urned ln * (if you don’t worry too much how 

•pector State* court here, and ended two up $30,000,000. Deposits frun the ,,,n you come out) ... and may heln 

If the sale extend* up to 30 days years of trials ln which 1.849 per- public are $337,000,000. up *33 000 - T, ' < ‘ °* k Ba V department re- , if vou re as smart a 

the fee charged is $25 and Increases sons have been tried and 1.399 been 000. while Government deposiu are Mended to a chimney fire In the 400 m\ wttva thought von we 
for sale* covering longer periods. found guilty. *18.000.000. down $14 000,000 block on Monterey Avenue at ^ y , , • , . 



I persons bom on this date Include: “ nd B,ftnsh * rt 

Andrews Norton theologian and Mb * ,n * tl Wfre / " rPy OVcrcoat ’ " / ’I • 

author; Jacques CarUer. navigator *“ r R «»nnel trooxera and a grey ( JUmUPV V 1FCS 
and explorer. Andreas Vesahus .^vriew sweater, he . toted VillHIIHV ? ■ UU) 

onatoniL-t and surgeon P 011 " ■**« Informed of the ^ 

Your Year Ahead; Resolve to ,htfl . ,rnm . thP tu * # jj* 1 Bwpl1, I \| < IV'I1I , N 

pash all your affair* boldly in the moorrrt at the foot of Fnrt nidi lll^ 

! month* to come jmim.v. of ft watch, the property of 

nortnnt dealing wi.h 'l— ' Victor Ball. 1001 North Park Street A chimney fire at a house own, 



the Battle of Britain, wax among 
14 top military commander*. Includ- 
ing three field marshals and one 
admiral, who inday pleaded Inno- 
cent to chant** before a United 
Ptate* military war crime* tribunal 

BRISTOL. England «CP>. — Real- 



Assets Increase 



department yesterday V 

It was explained the licence mast SlMlfpnruil In IIi#» 
be obtained If a merchant Is hold- 1 11 ru lu 1 ,r 



How Smart 
Are You ? 



no damage to the vehicle resulted 

The false alarm wax turned in at TVy tW t^tx. They rw fun to do 
A lg p In (u you don t worry too much how 

__ _ . _ „ J ^ . you come out) . . . and may help 

The Oak Bay fire department re- ** 



you find out if you're ax smart 



for sale* covering longer periods. found guilty. 



*18.000.000. down 114 000.800. 



Victorians , With Rest of Dominion 
Ray Stiff Price to Greet New Year 

Merrymaker* In Victoria tonight. In spite of the coat. It appears ,10 visit the city over the New 
will pay plenty for the "privilege of lhal Victorian* will be out In Year'* period, and shipping, bus and 

welcoming In the New V»r hi the Ktxtngth ^ observe the festivities ] airline officials expect heavy trmf- 
clty s entertainment spot*, a survey .. _ . . 

I 111 ' 

Coat for the entire evening may Oarden, Melody Lane and the Club 1 *n other part* of Canada and the 
range up to $30 and more, with 8lrocco are all anticipating large ! UnR ed States, the occasion will be 
tickets for dances and parties in crowds, and in most of these places, 'celebrated in similar fashion to Vlc- 
cluba and hotels running from $2.50 reservation* have been taken up for : *nd for similarly high fees, 

(o $15. To this must be added the several weeks. Ticket prices »n.. 
mat of many Incidental expenses, from $« to $15. ' 

Hairdressers and florists are re- Most of Victoria’s clubs are also Quolity PLATING 
porting a boom In business, and taxi staging parties, especially at the 

firms are anticipating the usual Royal Victoria Yacht Club, and * m4 

New Year* rush. Some reported many house parties appear to be RUSTPROOFING 

that cabs have been booked In ad- on the evening’s agenda. 

ranee. Usual holiday crowds art expected 1 c««»«n dominion RisrraoonNa 



5:25 pm. 



■7— »WM<r> 



NEW YEAR’S 
DAY 



Also in Reader ’ m Digest 



New help for women's change of 
life. Science has known that fannie 
-cy. hormone deficiency 
/ \ More much of the phy- 

| 1 steal und mrntol u,a*t 

the l Iwij the meno- 
' f but h ee 

^ Rtesm ruelly, risky inseo- 

terns. Paul de Km if brings 
\ f n . ’ore* of two tsblete that 
' 1 -'A pnnw ui many 



HOLIDAY. to •A 'A- pooiac mu-* --lee many 

gy ^ SERVICE ,W * mM 10 tbs "chance ”, 

I’m railing my daughter to live 

$ • $ olone. If ynu ko<iw bow to live alone, 

you'll never have to. Bare David Cohn. 

>ULAR SERVICE — R * * ho,r * how by l,-rn,n « to fat 

Victoria Dunren Ninilns Cser- pise aura fmm eimple things -you be- 
irner, Cempwu Rtrer. Cort Albernl mm* happy intAin yourself . . . and how 

tow inner etrsngtb makes you a delight 
® O O to othara, a better mete and parent 

to — d »e««d frwm * t mtm ’i ffaw < mqiwiM) 

1DAY SERVICE — 

Btnxsv The way bock . When his eon and later 

WTXT 6AAX1CN hie wife aim nutted eus ale he erseked 

"AAMnrmv wnixf mentally, blaming hiraaelf Doctors aaad 

!!?V, t S°' rK *** d orvtr recover, ln this true story 

liuru pro* rwwa th4 m *" rWcnh - h * retreat 

mrRNXins-TIU.ICUM from tha world of reality. Read bow 

nnuxsths-wtuttwaop ravaculooaly brought hua 

WRm DOCOUAX to his sen — a and a new. useful life 



REGULAR SERVICE— 

Victoria Dunren Nintl 



RUSTPROOFING 



Ceeealt DOMINION atSTPSOOflNO 
Skeel Tear Mr tel Preteetlee 



rnMNM 

Sharp Slump Noted in Receipts 
From Property lax Reversions 

•' I oixosmni g.at* 

a marked slump In cash receipts while cash receipt* amounted to wi cksc- plats 

. . like *OPPRR* PLA T I 

and sale* of city tax reverted prop- sixs.iaa. nsrmo gnpi^t* 

from ta« mf. rocord .oul. J*******, ^ * unmCT ‘ 

, . . .. . afMU |for • further marked slump tn aaV* Oer a«p»wiuuu win Be cu* u 

has been recorneo oy wie civy and rwwlpta next year. Re- cwn-wnw ix ru. M 

department, duced demand for building lot* Is rw. M mrrnit. raw aiw 

Sale* this year numbered $31 luted as one of the rewsona, while 
valued at $193,471 compared to 1M U Is pointed out that the number ^ - 

valued at *301.306 ln 1948 Cash re- of lota owned by the dty which aw 

eelpta alumped to $320 *1^ from last supplied with *ewer. drainage and, DOMINION 
jooCn total of *340.091. *a ter *rrvtc«B ha* become limited. DIKTDD/V5nu/* 

The 1947 total*, however, were *1U1 ; Before many more lot* are *old HUi I rKOUr INvs 

much higher than prewar figure* aoma money must be spent In de- CO . LTD. 

Tn 1919 there were only 1M prop- velopment of services la new sub Mt • nr« imw. i IMnnl 
ertlea sold for 6 value of *01,230. division*. 



CO.. LTD. 

W Vtr*X I'WM. Vl 



SUNDAY SERVICE — 

SIDNKY 

WT8T SAANICH 
8AANJCHTON W || A RT 
DDf CO vs 
nonoi 

r\’» II *» PM From rwoot 
mmNxuis-T7:x.ictJM 
ncRNsiDs- wtucmaoD 

HOHTH DOCOhAX 
AltNEX- RALPH 

lars mix 

IMu. . 11 «• PM Ptom DewH 

COOK w 

OORDOK HEAD 
CORDOVA DAV 

Flos . . . I1U FM Praia Drpol 

•ALT RFRIHO ISLAND— 
Th'ir«fl«T tome* 

JORDAN Rim 

Leave VteWrla a J* fit. 

Via Nt« RaM 

KKATINO-OLD WRBT ROAD - 
Hr Dvipira 



*»ryt r* 



629 Broughton at Broad 
Telephone E 1177 



0v« with the dictionary. Ever pUy 

synonyms’* (1 start WMh "rop rav a.” Y om 
nans back with “rebuke” or “aooid ”, 
tor itsfaiwv |. Galatt Burgam tails bow 
too can not only get some good gamaa 
fm® your dirtkmary. but bow laammg 
•art use of words helps yoe ulk and 
think more accurately. 

/a lAta (asur — 40 nrttrim a f iaafiag 
*ato»a*. artoW from laodia# moguniwa 
and eurronl hall, and randtnmd k 
■n your bw. 

• •T TNI JANUARY 

Readers Digest 



£ 



Both were member* of the Liberal cla I Elections Act giving franchise 
r- roa,,l,on - *« d In terms of to Chinese and East Indian citizen* d 

Coalition agreement* It is expected Only candidate* so far officially B 









SP 



EC\^ S 



Store Hour*; 9 . 
Wednesday: 9 A. 



AM roi PM T I C 4]^ 
M. to 1 PM 1 



Year-End Clearance Values 



A Clearance of Men a 

Smoking Jackets 

Regular 9 95 and 11.95 

lJrc-‘.v. cum fi.tr table jacket* 
t la tine Is m *hitdr> nf Mur < 

Small, tiicdium ami iatgc st/c‘ 1 

shoppers— 

quantity limited 



•i/v li.r * .irh 

5.00 

— math floor 



Chenille Bedspreads 

H Unix , double -bed size spread* vf 
closely tufted chenille, altraclivx de 
sign* tn «!ark r«>se, blur, turquoise and 

0 DC 

Values to JI 0U U.UU 



Men’s Slippers 

An oddmrnt clcar-oway oi men s leather 
and soft-sole slippers. 1 H f\ 

Most sires in the lot 1 . / J 

Boys' Dress Oxfords 

Rlack hr brown leather Oxfords with 
leather sole* and rubber Heel*. O n Q 
Sizes 1 to 5'.: L», iiJ 

Men s W ork Boots 

Odds apd ends ju men's work hunt* m 
the bicker Rises s 

Size* S in 1 1 only 

— government streci 



Cretonne Bedspreads 

24 Only, double-bed size, tn floral pat 
terns on-bpht green grounds. A *7Q 
Regular h.95 — ••••e 



Counter-Soiled or 
Damaged Staples 

At 25'r Off Regular Prices 

I .ace Tablecloths, col tun cloths, linen 
cloth*., rayon cloths, bridge covers, 
guest towels and other useful items re 
priced fur quick clearance. * 

— mam floor 



Druto Section Oddments' Reduced 



Kahanr Cologne, apple M 01 
*. ni ami honey 9Q* 4 

•ttrkle uJ 

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NO. 17— NINETIETH YEAH 




SECOND NEWS SECTION 



(ESTABLISHED 185«) 



Slill Topping 
U.S.H.L. S coring 



MCTORIA, BRITISH (OI.1MHU, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, I‘>I7 

— = * r ^ 

Jockey leaves Horse Like Graceful Man on Trapeze Two Players lie 
hmf ♦-»*•*-* ; ^ ^ For Point Lead: 

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Prairie Horses I H^ves Horse Like Graceful Man on Irapm two 

w/ . , ,, Rig*-' Win Slrenk 1 0r 1 

n ltl I IIP IVlQSt I r - i *■ ^ 1 

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|\ • r< In near perfect *lyle tonight 

iiurui" Reason ^ <*«*«•«* raw*. 

1/111 * n 5, k ^ king of the profc-Mlonate. 6-4. 

WINNIPEG. l>c JO «CEi — An un- ®-4, * nne * hu * lral v,ctoI Y 

In the third match of their 
official compilation today ahomrd trjmW(mUmnU1 *** u^. 

that Prairie racing atablta act the Thf gang u n g 19.47 amateur 
pm e throughout the 80-day Western champion and Davte Cup hero 

racing ivewinn at meetlntti In Cal- never missed with hte over- 

gary. Edmonton. Regina, 8a* katoon head as he broke Bobby a *er- 

and Winnipeg- vice twice for the initial kill. 

W J. Yates of Calgary eaally won Cleveland * largest tennte 
the training title with 29 vlctorle* crowd 6,664 fans, contributed 
11 more than his closest rivals. 1 to a gate of 19,227. 

Harry Streeter or Calgary and Billy | 

Trevenen of Winnipeg. _ 

Bir Berrll of the Drumhrller and ||0||StOM Flayers 

Lorhead Ruble. Calgary, wan the 

leading money winner on the circuit ^.*11 T Ann I n , r 
totaling lf> 240. In addition, he cap- .till I 1 Dl)|llllw 
tured the three-year-old crown. _ _ 1 * . 

Bisters Best and Allrnjay. with ^ '.S.II.L. Sl'Orih” 

seven vlcUirles apiece, were winnert C 

of the moat race* I MINNEAPOLIS. Dec JO uPl- 

Bmll Roy of Tisdale, Saak., cap- Houston continued to dominate the 

tured first place among the jockeys, leading scorer* list in the United^ Inesta/ 

being astride 64 winners, 46 seconds 8tate* Hockey League with Tour of fial , c| >|t , tuile „ „ rU tk by Jockey T Griffiths as he is jolted out of saddle ol horse Priority st first hurdle in MmaBMIn 
and 45 thirds. In the stake* brackets, ha. players among the first sU. In- Bt Caulield. Australia. Jockey W. Aldridge on Annandale (behind) seems to be too busy looking i,<hb»io.a 

Jimmy Blvewrlght of Calgary took finding the two top positions held, after mount to watch Griffiths' gymna stics. Jockey was not injured, 

top honors tf QtOTg* Agar and Paul Mun- 

£«“t=rtiSSS.2H Ku^n lhbut Kolsleml R.C.A.F. I earn r ? 1 

—ond «lh mourn.. _Mu»drlrk. Hoi»U« \l IlStfl Ili'S . . . . IlltCI 



< Hear* Snow — R mu* 
Eanlphl BOO N artlh 

v tEWTON Maas . Dei SO 

up - -. — Star u viler Gil Dodd* 



CALGARY. Dec 30 tCF> -An un- 
official tabulation of Western Can- 
ada Senior Hockey League statistic*. 
Including tonight's game between 
Regina Capital* and Saskatoon 
Quakers »bow* Butch McDonald of 
Calgary In a Ue for first place with 
Ab McDougall of Regina Each ha* 
48 points. 

Bill Kyle of Regina follows with 
43 puuits and next is Steve Latoskl 
of Lethbridge Maple Leaf* with 40 
point*. 



ton College* outdoor board 
track today and then donned 
running togs to turn In the 
fastest 600 yards he ever ha* 
raced. 

Coach Jack Ryder clocked 
Dodds in 1.13.8 for the 600 
in the Boston runner* first 
real test for hi* 1948 track 
campaign 



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. MetXivissll. W»gi 
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jrirsnt. Csteary — 

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P Stale Department 
" Delay s Passport 
I For Puck Player 

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jj! WASHINGTON. Dec 30 4'i -Tlie 
s i Slate Department said in repty to a 
Jr i query today that U teni *ol»K to Ret 
J caught on thin Ire In any dispute 
'between two United States amateur 



Quakers Rally 
T o Down Caps 



iar-dwrllmg Saskatoon Quakers 
climbed to within two point* of tha 
fourth place Lethbridge Maple l-eafs 
in the Western Canada Senior 
Hockey League tonight when de- 
feating Regina Capitals 1 1 -8 In over- 
time The loa* kept Caps from as- 
suming undisputed poswMon of top 
place in the loop 

Quakers were four goal* Ui artror* 
with le.Mi than nine minutes to play 
but came through with four goal* 
tlie last one with 40 second* left, 
ui ue it up and then wrln In tha 
! extra seaslon. 



Movie-Struck 
Player Signs 
Dual Contract 



and Paul 



G. A. 

20 34 



Baseball Shrine 
(Hosed for Good 

LOUISVILLE, Ky . Dec 30 <A’> 
The birthplace of baseball's Na- 
tional League- Al Kolb's little oys- 
ter house and tavern where authorl- 
tlea say the league s first organiza- 
tion meeting was held in 1875. was 
closed permanently today It will 
be remodeled for another tenant. 



Koiilnl. St. Paul 11 *3 

MrKensie. Houston ... 18 24 

Farfte, Minn. 15 25 

Maeey. Ilouvtun ... 13 27 

Atanana*. Minn. .. . 15 24 

Brawn. SI- Paul — — 27 II 
Wyrhrrley, Minn. . 19 HI 

Powell. Kansas City 14 IS 

Petra Plans to Sign 
Pro Tennis Contract 

BRUSSELS. Dec 30 uPi - l 
Petra of France. Wimbledon te 



p l{ngl>Y Debut 
“ Cor Mustangs 
« Set Saturday 



Bolstered R.C.A.F. Team ! r ? 1 Fo ™ i " i ”" 



tween two United stales amateur j^qs ANOELES. De-. 30 iA’ In- 
>ckry groups fielder Johnny Berardlno of Cleve- 

T7ie question came up when It waz land Indians signed a double- bar- 



A*soc4atlon. was turned down on love, in the Rummer and make 
tils request for a passport to repre- mot les his second love. In the Wln- 



Ihe ter. 



Inter-! ,olle«;e 



Displays linprovfd Form \ t hieti< 



Olympic Gaines In Switzerland ron [ r4C | WJW> idgned at a cere- 

Dld this mean that the Stale mony In whlrh .President HlU Veeck 
Department wa* going to favor the of the Indians aud movie jiroducer 



nion 



ch has' OTTAWA, Dec. 30 «Pl.— TTlmmed Louia Lecorop 
card at u> Olympic *l*e and bolstered with 1 Frank Denster 

day. Victoria j fresh blood. Canada * 1W8 Olympic Andrr Laperrir,c. ...... - h . r in .n„nal ehanininiuhin'Uie American Hockey Association land bull club will have claim on 

[otb.ll under hb.'kr} dub-R C. A F F\Jtr. W.U, H.lder 17, Toronu. ;■ ■' ", **“ ‘ • to venl, lh.1 be „ ,o be «n. to n.ftekUr. Mrv.n .'.r.m, belnr. 

thi* *eaaon, stepped frum the auditorium ice to- No j Forward Unt- Ab Rt-naud. * „ rc ^. h . IswilUterUnd a* a hockey player Spring training and conUnuing 

M tune under | night a vastly-improved squud from i7 Ted Hlbbrtd. 21. and **»* rn.Il-,,* ' r eorescntlns the Uni- “ un,il the w.irltl series next 

I- «»»an they the group which staru-d the critics ( Shro eter. 26. all of Otuwa **»' iif * * cofumbla Al- 1 m * IT Ootober This will give Berardlno 

.1 Vancouver Leafs b-w —• * - 

Utely entered J CHU University and a city league ^ Aylmcr> Que „ and LAC. coUrge a thleUc chain- , \\ ill Aflrr tb< wr,M ' B™*** * 

built up to a | :»nny team Ftoy For be*. 25. Vancouver. n thouW ^ dec iared until a >'IDI L 1 JflJl I fl III llgi-d lo return to Hollywood and 

ihelr showing Final aelecUoiu, No. 3 Forward Line— George challenge hud been issued to West- 1 u A w n , A ,w in _ Vancouver tor P “ lunrr B » in,n No mention 

owers an In- by Sqdiu Ldr. A O -bandy* Wabstim 2fi Toronto; Sfl . Andy Gilpin. 27. prTl untV er«IU«. that the Western . ' '. Canadian ba^ketbail WM mmlf of bul VMN ' k “’ d 

»b»e standing manager of the team, after a brisk M<m ^ ^Uig Taylor. 28 Cannda mter-Unlrrnlty Athletic ^ated the' *»th'*o«UrarU c*"«M for 'ronxlder- 
d half league pnvc.tse sktrmUh WrinhtvUle Que. 'union be continued and revitalized abI " ' 

atoreof ^ebec Sm^or ^Hodte, A(1dJUonftl ButoUlulM _ P . 0 . „ u . lo lnclud# thr four Western ch Z p tnr», Veeck gambled WO.OOO and a ball - 

2 30 pm. piu Uattue- ** on ** j . bert Brook*. 25. Montreal, and Cpl | versltlra and to arrange regular M f ., Rj/jii Btadlum tonight. »’ lu > er * h,,n hf bought Berardlno 

un*, the Fiji "" being forwarded to the Olympic, ^ Ottawa b,rlr* In a-, many major sport* a* ““ “ R ^ al the end of last 

engagement, commuter at London. • practicable »,.h . v.ew to meeting^ A * aUhrd *** mutm. realhung that the athlete 

j Al. hough outclassed by bc-nator.- c ^ l ‘ “l^e pre^t . Idleriges within the proposed Canadians In their third stance mlfh( no , r^t 

| who sailed through the contest Hi-4, thrown ^together *hasUly ' Dominion body and that the ^ Ihe vWtor. jumprt Uito a 

from.- nafore a handful on onlooker*, the ‘'w throtro togeuier quick lead and were ahead the en- ^ ^ . 



Macdonald Park Saturday. Victoria tresn biooa. tariaaa* i 
Mustangs, wlui play ed fotball under hockey club— R C. A F. 
American college rule* thi* season, ' stepped frum Uie audiu 



wUI perform f--r the that tune under I night a vastly-improved squud from ^7 
the English Rugby code when they the group which started the critic* Sl 
tangle with Victoria College * senior ranting a 'few week* ago. when they 



Wally H.*, 
No. 1 l 
27 led 



Lecompve. 33. Ottawa. KO WI1 
Denster. 26 Woodroffe. Ont.'tlon o 
Laperrlere. 22. Montreal, and Athle! 
Haider, 27, Toronto. offs 1 

1 Forward Une Ah Rt-naud. lu b " 
ed Hlbberd. 21. and Pat 1 
ler. 26, all of Otuwa 

2 Forward Line- Pete LleUh- 



r O WINNIPEG Dec 30 0>.- Forma - , ^ ‘ 

mt .Jtion of a Dominion Infrr-UnJveniHy Miuiirll Rileys appli 
aud AlMeric Union, wdth regional pV®y-‘ mkl turned owti un.. 

joff.s and a national championship American H-K-ke 
lud in basketball and pnsalbly hockey > verify that he 15 
Pat ' and football, was urged here today Swltxerland a* a n- tk 
1 Delegate* representing the Unl- 
v entitle* of British Columbia. Al- * ; 



(other learn, the one sponsored by the 
( Amateur Athletic Union? 

No. said Pres* Officer Reginald 
! MiUhcU. Riley s application merely 



I he Richard Po timer, 
boa*, participated 



Berardlno* eo- 



Aftrrwanls 
ihemselves a 



all hand* expressed 
•'highly satisfied** 



Association land ball cl 
be sent to the inflelder 
V player Spring tmt 



tangie wiwi - . w ... no 1 rorwira unr-ro* wtiui- . .,,h Manltohn 

fifteen In a match alnted for 2 p m. , suffered defeat al Lhe hand* of Ml- Ottawa; AC2 Orval Gra-I b . * , . ' 

Mu.tanga hove definitely entered] Gill University and a city »WK |vellr 19 . Aytaier . Que, and LAC. athletic cham- 



*. senior league, now built up to a army team. 



A l«ulsvtlle sports columnist has champion In 1946, intends to lum four -team circuit, and ihelr showing 



announced 



Roy Forbes. 25. Vancouver. 
No. 3 Forward Une— Geo 



j Ha national college sthlrtic cham- 
Iplon should be declared until a 
gi 1 challenge hud been issued to West- 



\ ancouver 
Score Easy 



Leafs 

Win 



"should be preserved for posterity, day Petra has signed a contract dicatlon of ihelr P- 
were 11 poaslble lo dismantle and with the Hellos Club of Brussels j n lhe Jqqp once sec' 
siwconstruct It In baseball’s Hall of said the friend, and has started pj ny under way. 
Fame at Cooperstown. N.Y ” giving lesson* to members . h ,. m -, r h d 



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suggested that the back room professional, a close friend said to- Saturday wiU give folower* an In- j by Sqdn. Ldr. A G -Bandy* WaUum , , Toront o ; Sgl. Andy Oilpln. iT.I^'^verglt^ thkl the hllketh^ll Wa 

-should be preserved for posterity day Petra has signed a contract Nation of ihelr possible standing manager of the team, after a brl *M MmUr eal. and Cpl Irving Taylor. 28. CftnBdB mter-Unlveriltv Athletic th . 

warn II nfwaihla in riUmnutl* wiih iha Mrlirw fTluh of Bni**.eL*. w.,, n rr. aar.vnri half Lewjiui nrartlse skirmUh with Oll*w» Ben- ......... j 'Champions, easily defeated n 



play get* under way. ators or the Queoec oeiuoc n^Rr, 

The otlyr .natch at 2 30 pm. p.u ^ W^on -d 17 = 



1 Canadian Bcoltlsh against the Fiji'”* being forwarded to the Olympic 
! Islanders In a repeat engagement, commuter at London 

I Although outclassed by Bcua tors. 

. I who sailed through the contest 10-4, 

V Iptnri-J I uorprw before a handful on onlooker*, the 



Flyer, showed sparkle and rtl»n>| ^J^Tof . ^1 Um -me time and place as the «" 

possibilities as they battled Uu '| aeccrillnK ^ pXl * ru wbo vlcW ed NaUonal Federation of Canadian! Bob Burt well of the Clover Leah 



Jim “Tan g. 




WHh 1947 almost history. . glance buck at the sports happening. ^ Blld TlAylor 

oser the past year disclose* Hut It was a lean one for Victorian* In many up , 0 points, Vie- 
nna* Bill 1D47 had It* Share of thrill, for city sports fans and ^ d ,. jptttra 8aun , chU , u 

outstanding achievements by city athletes. Sport was still recovering wnJ<>r ,.q„ N|Ulid 59.37, after 

from wnrtlme netback* but lhe future Is considerably brighter lea'dln* 20-10 at half-time' Bud 

On the achievement side, the showing of the Y.M CA 'a swimming M|( j...^ wtth 12 WBA h, g ,, scorer 

aJid track and field clubs wa* possibly lhe br*t. Coach Archie McKinnon's Catherine Kennedy 



V ia • “ team was thrown together hastily xwnmuo.1 - 

Idoria (Offers l *l 0 " |w»UU« the last fortnight, the nyer. WC.IU.AU consider meeting at 

^ y , hsMied .I,,. 1 showed the makings of a real team the same Ume and 

VV in l lirsvjt r-impe i>OV " bUHlM “ according W, rx^rU who viewed National Federation 

n III I III t( btUnth Heavier team and fought against University Students' 

Vlctara cag* ^ „.,L — ^JSSSsSTJa ^ i5sg|«laui 

exhibition games trom 6aanlchton Watsrin ^pped four men . rom Ui«] Npw york January „ 

quintettes in Mondays card at the 31 who displayed their **»»• » 1, Qnc< overseas, they will get a /'*« i I 

Saanlchton Community Hall. (retained a Toronto newcomer ; t han C e to lighten up their plays and AjII \ vlllNN 

tiMiu Tavinr 1 lAn * t ? L,u ^ B “ 11 of t,ie ’ ni ' *** i imurova their spexd In exhibition J 



Western re- was high scorer with 22 points 



A.H.L Standings 

NEW YORK, Dec 30 Am 



Sooke Ease Club 

r to 

Loses Exhibition 



r “«- ^ ri;rLir!'.!Tn'- rndi,. d^.lorlh.VK.o’ri.Cl. 7,lc.n' Ho. it.ndlnp In 

8.«nichtoul T>“ «'""P “ "P™" - ' “'“‘‘“ don .nd Idrihrr «„« Li PwL ChM, Club tourn»mo,t eurrpntly LijCludtn, Bund.y nlRht came., (ollov. 
.. „ .... *1 8t Moriu now Includes only nine ... the prtarwi U as follows: EASTERN DIVISION 



senior ' » squaa oa-sr. after 1 “ 61 Mortu n,jW ,nclud « “‘"'land Davos. Bwiuzerland. before the Progress U as follow*: EASTERN DIVI8IC 

leading 30-10 at half-time Bud RCAF personnel Eight of the olymplc compttiU<mt gtMn at the, A Beet Ion -J Marshall vs^ C. W L 

MlcheU with 12 was high scorer player* have been culled from civil- cnd o( ^ G IL Moore^ J H Larey v. J Hob- Provldenw ia ,3 

.... w-nnedy i*n ranks, either by the air force or, 8lowtM . M ln brrBltlng Uielr N R Htrwarl ° Jonrt - F Her*hey 12 18 



and track and field clubs wa* possibly the br*t. Coach Archie McKinnon s {or u ^ rj Catherine Kenned) ranks, elUier oy ine air inrre w| j n breaking teemed their f " >n • " n n,r " a ' r Hemhey 12 

aquatic «lars *et In the neigh hour hood of twenty new Canadian records tl#d 20 M RoUhot* de Canadian Amateur Hockey Assocla- w( . ftkrAt po , nl , n tonights game Strwtholt. v* A H Hheard Parry v* N>w HBVpn ia 

and won fire Dominion ehamplomhlps as Eric Jubb and Peter Salmon fe>|ed BBWllchton flr j, 59.22, and Non offlclaU. ! wlth thelr dP f en cf- previously Uieu L. Boaanta. J Olrvln v* F Famtone. Philadelphia 11 

led them to victory In all but one meet. Coach Bruce Humber camel c , n||dUm Scottish trimmed th^ The two goalies will be Cpl R*** shallow spot -showing sUongly in Ca P‘ 0 " A 0 Mood J r * r Springfield 10 

im with annie nmmUIni track and field stars and Canadian championship* . 1t.11 . ... 1 • T>rairi« Man - .1 - .» W Plant, bye . 



led them to victory In all but one meet. Coach Bruce Humber came 



Canadian 



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up with some promising track and field stars and Canadian championships ' homf club . § #pnlor 45.10 Kmg w ot p or uge La Prairie. Man - .' doftp checking the length of the Ice 

were won by Cliff Salmond untie-. Elaine Rllbum isenlor women* |q C h*ig up the other victory for and Ball. Defencemen are Fit Bgt. j t ^ §qfl not known whether of- 
brnad Jumpt and Pat Fleming uenlor womens high Jump-. victorlix eager* Mackay scored I Metal* will be able to arrange further 

Ranking ^hlgh on the Ust^ef at oimpltshmcnl* was the W' Uml nf Of polnU t m winner* I A O A 'exhibition games on this continent 

before the team sail*. 



apt O. Lee vs A G Moot 
/ Plant, bye. 

Standing of leaders follows 



Saanlchton Intermediate "B 
team defeated Langf(*ri 24-16. In 



Hanging nign on me nsi 01 acnHnpiianmenis wa* wir mwuii u> ^ {)omu f or winners /- 4 as 4 /iff* * I 

,h# Western Canada softball championship by the under-rated E-,,ulmalt ‘ Intermediate "B LA.II.A. Ui 1 U M\ I 

Meat Market nine Other highlight* Include the perfect U-npln score baanicnu.n ™ “ * .. . 

rolled by Marge Beaney, the winning of the BC. women* golf title by l '“ n ’ “ _ rn,e "* n * , ' ruirrm 1^ « »„ P..l*nii 

Mr* Margaret Todd and the landing of the world's record coho salmon " n ' ,rr 0 rlubinates IlCSttltCS 11 11 1 111!* 

by Mr* Lee Hallberg at Cowlehan Bay. oases x« I _ _ „ 

ALso on the bright side was the Increased Interest In box lacrosse ’ ’I • rsv [' OT (fTITlt*S g lltTN 



by Mr* Lee Hallberg at Cowlehan Bay. 

ALso on the bright side was the Increased interest In box lac roue 

with the Canadian Legion retaining provincial senior "B laurels, the I DT C 

showing of Victoria United In the second half ot the Pacific Coast - 

Soccer League which gave soccer a big bo-W a promise of better thing.' ■■ 1 • ■ 

to pome for English Rugby enlhu'tasis, the step* taken »• pul boxing | ill IS |0 

oark as a major sport and the boost given Canadian football bv the 
Junior Chamber of Commerce ®^’ N VAl>l ‘F' 

Heading the list of disappointment* was the continued apathy in University n 



Mil Irani 
ails lo Place 

BUN VALLEY, Idaho. Dec 311 d'i 
University of British Columbia 



ror t games 



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Sport Roundup n J , 

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MIDLAND. Ont. Dec. 30 «CE'.— r,tW3 runR . 
(Cfeorge Dudley, secretory-manager ! bunch of the guy* 
uf the Canadian Amateur Hockey j • r 0 u n d discussing 
1 Assnclatinn, recalled tonight tA( (snowbound pro.tenni 



By III (.11 FULLERTON. JR 

NEW- YORK. Dec. 30 •/»’ A 
inch of the guys were sitting 
^ound discussing last Friday* 
ow bound pro.tenni* match when 



the Kwlss committee organising the someone remarked: Bobby Klgg* 

Winter Olympic Games had said It ' had had the advanUge of playing 





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Springfield 10 31 2 

WESTERN DIVISION 
Pittsburgh 20 6 6 

Buffalo 31 • 2 

'Indianapolis 16 16 3 

Cleveland 15 11 > 

St, Louis 10 17 5 



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115 44 



114 19 
97 33 



1 U.BC Arcadian* defeated the 
Sooke Intermediate "H" club In an 
exhibition basketball game at fttjoke 
nn Munday night, 52-42. Snoke 
estnbILvhed a 17-8 lead at the end 
*' of the first quarier and were still 
two points In front. 15-23. at the 
P half 

41 Winner* pulled away tn the ftnkl 
32 ten minutes Jimmy borlmer, 
30 former Sooke player, led the Ar- 
26 codians. potting 16 points Dick 
22 Cains accounted for 14 Sooke points 
In a preliminary. Saanich and 
Suburban I-eagu* game. Sooke de- 
*’ feated MrMorrans, 25-34, In a 
J junior boys' fixture 



F« Louis 10 17 5 112 140 25 SwiVIl Mai*ks 

I t a* a m Member* of Coach Archie Me- 

Mannings Klnnon-* Y.MCA Swimming Club 

^ will make an attempt tn set new 



tha conatmcUnn of the Memorial Arena The condition of amateur *kler* today failed to place In the wauld recognize only nuch entries , against first-claa* opposition In reaTTLE. Dec 30 *>P> Leon Mlnneapolla 

oasebaJI and a drop In the calibre of basketball caused when Victoria crow-country race of b-in Valley a ^ ^ ^ BpproVB i D f the Inter- every one of Ulnae 100 matcher Brigham. Seattle high school ath- Ht p * ul 

stars turned pro were also tn the nature of a letdown intercollegiate akl meet an Wfr * ^(national Ice Hockey Federation against Don Budge I think | et i c director. Is the lJth winner of 

Moat thrilling, moat talked about and most attended sport wo* seventh place In the standings w Hf WM commenting on a New he * a vastly underrated player, the 8eattJe Pr*t. - Intelligencer's 
profeaalrtnal baseball. Six teams battled It out for the Westerp points york d|>p#tch lhBt oustavus T . , . That may sum up the whole, M »wrd as SeatUe's man of the yeai SOUTH 



MINNF.APOLIfi. Dec TO «4V 
Official standings uf United .State* 
Hockey league. Including game* 
through Sunday. December 28 

NORTHERN DIVISION 



intercollegiate ski meet and were Jn| nBltonaI Irf Hockey Federation 



ed pro were also tn the nature of a letdown intercollegiate sai mrr fc a..u »• 

thrilling, moat talked about and most attended sport wa* seventh place In the sfardlngs wi-h 
al baseball. Six teams battled It out for the Western 717 P n lota 



national Ice Hockey Federation against Don Budge I think i et j c director. Is the lJth winner of Kansas Cl ty 13 
He was commenting on a New he's a vastly underrated player, (be SeattJe Post. - Intelligencer's Omaha 
York dispatch thst Oustavu* T . That may sum up the whole award as Seattle's man of the year SOUTHERN DI 



International league title until the waning days of the campaign. Mlddlebury College Vermont Klrb y, president emeritus of thetiltuatlon and bear out thU depart- i n *ports. Under Brigham's leader 



Victoria Athletics finally ended up In fifth *pot but 130.000 paying WM ln *P° l w,,h 8371 United States Olympic Committee ' ment's contention that a tennis pro ohlp. Seattle high schools have been Houston 



customer* turned out for their home game* 



followed by University of Wash- appealed to the International should have the advantage over the permitted to compete against schools Fort Worth . 17 16 



It was an unusually good year for outstanding sport* attractions Ington » 'h 83.3 and Dartmouth | Qjy m pj e Committee president for newly -converted amateur regardless 1 outside Seattle for the first time In Dallas 



Tha appearance of Bobby Locke, who lived up to every advance notice. 795 4. clarification of the regulations con- of previous records . . . The proa, more than three decade* 

was one of the year's feature*. Holding of the East -We--t Davla Cup !Lr meet f n( ** tomorr iw * 1 1 renting hockey entrie?. of course, don't have the compel!- — — 

trials, the Candalan swimming and diving championship* and the lumping conte sts. KlrbJ , Mflt B cablegram to J. Uve edge that comes from battling ^ r _ _ 

BC. women* golf tijurnament all helped provide gporti fans with an iRigfrled Rdstrom *r Stwkholin. for a title in every tournament MW I .. [J Am 

acceptable menu. WIN PVR COMPETITIONS 1 8 weden, urging him to proclaim that on the othpr hand, the amateur* AJa* Ja a_Flll I 

Random Hnrvctt I Mr *' M Bowden arid Mrs R. B no team can represent a nation knock pff a lot of pushovers and I 

Wilson won the monthly par com- unless It has the approval of the men run Inlo real oppcaltlon nnly! 1 I 

Victoria Rugby fan* who have wen two Interesting matches mi far .„ UUon(l , n -. A - Bnd • B classes national committee ThU action. If , n lhe |o* t couple of rounds It A Ft lit id I ■ ClI 

arllh Vanrwover clubs, *eem to be tn for a good season Following the 1BB pcctively, at the Victoria Oolf taken, would rule out the UR Ama- *utndx to reason that the guy who 

visit of the touring Aavtralian International fifteen here early In March CJub y Mterda j. n 0 m finished all teur Hockey Association team, ap- m eet a champion In every NEW YORK Dec 20 «F 

win be the appearance of at. Ilfornl. club later the same month . ^yore with par I proved by the II H F match should have the edge over exhaustive study, the US 

Bob Popktn. former English football star who claimed service with — r . _ 

I'nr iimxuih and tried <ait l.i - NUSS Wttfa VMmIs t nited and thtl I B^lloa nfltw OOC* - * w Association ho* devised « 

newspaper* after he signed with North Shore . . 8port Magazine ll<llllV> \F<tI l/djlt A tUlIl \ 1111 K - rtmpr oncp Bl - j Bkf rpallv ^ 4 . «olf course* and club handle 

•elected the outstanding personality In each of 11 spectator sport* with C > „ much better " m * u ' ur Parers which te d. 

a panel of leading American -port* writers doing the choosing ltohby * y/\ J* ^ If * I II •!. ,, ‘ h . m , n ... . ^ r .. to standardize the rating ot 

lock* and lube Dldrikson /aharia* shared the golfing honor? M»or1re y Putslandi n<r IVIiddlevveismt ' h “:; ZL h .\'. a ~ n p " '* n * and player* throughout the c 

Richard wa* votfid the top purkchaser. Joe Page waa named baseball's D C? TALENT MISSING twntlally, the Idea te to 



The meet ends tomorrow 



waa one of the year'* feature*. Holding of the East-West Davis Cup 1 meet enc 
trials, the Candalan swimming and diving championship* and the Jumping contest* 
B C. women's golf tournament all helped provide *poria fan* with an 
acceptable menu. 1 WIN P \K COM! 

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will make an attempt to set nr* 
Canadian record* for the senior 
men * medley relay and breast 
stroke event* Friday and Saturday 
nlghla at lhe "Y" p«x»l 

McKinnon ann-ninrcd yexterdav 



Canadian 



U.S. Golf Association l)e\ ises 
General Par Rating System 



ha* to meet a champion In every NEW YORK Dec jo After club will be handicapped on their four Bhaughn-say has. 

match should have the edge over exhaustive study, the U8. Golf 10 Metres for a year or «.ea.**on , rrvpd u, | b e same capacity for the 

the one who race* real tough op- Aaoriatlon has devlwd a new ar * T lhf , * youl Thr Ufl a - A h »* Woahlnginn Redaklna. 
potitlon maybe once a week .... . .... compiled table* for computing hon- , 

But our dough still will be oc ^heme for assigning par ratings to ^ , n itrok# Bnd mlltPfl 

Kramer onre Big Jake really finds « oIf ««*»• * nd c,ub * ** *** U ‘ V* *9 I 

the range He* that much belle, " m * Lpur wh,ch te *****! Theoretically, the new *>*trrn if , ** r *JL\ 

than the men he * been nlavlns to r * Un * of eournea Bdopt , d throughout the country will X\ 



LOS ANGELES, Dec 30 '/Fi.— 
Clark 8haughnea»y. football's no- 
madic coach and expert of the T- 
formation, today waa signed a* an 
advisory coach by Lne Angrle* Rams 
of the National Football league. 

Halary figure* were not dtarlooed 
but Bhaughneasy s contract wa* "for 
more than one year” a* adviser to 
Head Coach Bob 8ynder For the 



outstanding figure. Jack Kramer, tennis. Gll Dodd*, track and Ann 
( artla, swimming, were other selections . . George KulaJ. former tailor 1 
•occer star, te doing a great Job a* roach of the Vets of I ranee Division I 



N.B.A. Ranks Garbage Collector HL 
: As ‘■Outstanding*’ Middleweight 



the one who race* real U- ugh op- Association has derived 
position maybe once a week .... 

„ . . .... .... scheme for assigning par 

But our dough *1111 will be on 



Burley can't remember the exact | 



and player* throughout the country oamire that a no-called "scratch" , 
Essentially, the idea te to employ ^jffr in Montana will be exactly a* 



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By DUKE MORAN Burley can't remember the exact Indoor track season, which * table prepared by the UBGA lo BOod M hta rounterpart in Oeorgla 

PITTSBURGH. Dec 30 »4»>— Vet- date of hte last bout but when he Saturday with the determine the relative difficulty of tj,. UB OA prefer* that a bask 

eran Middleweight Charley Burley, •'a* hoping to get Into the cham- Metropolitan championship*, will br golf hole*. The factor* to be con- handicap be assigned each player 



Two Juvenile eleven, piloting hte club to the first-half championship heBrlng that the National Boa- plonshtp night he tried everything notable because of the absence of vtdered Include width of fairway onfi . B yf . ar rather than changing j 
Observer* state that Kulal te drilling hte proteges soundly . . . < bleat® Association A tiU rate* him an from welter* to heavies for slue Hellmportant talent The foreign run- topography, average condition of lt Mt eral time* during a aeaaon 
and Boston are the two main reasons for Detroit'* lurprisinf showing „ (HJfJ , UndlT)H - nr ,, d w istJully «UU weigh* only 156. He* never been 1 ner* will be concentrating on prep ! turf. «ixe of green* and their average At Toronto. Harold Banka, so- V 

in the N H L The Wing* have won 14 game* to date 81* victories were ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ garbsge collector knocked out and defeat* are few and arm Mona for next Summer* Olym- condition, and character and lora- siRiant-aerretsry of the Royal Ca- \ 

at the expense of the Hawk* and flvr at the expense of the (train* . . far between on hte long record pic*. tion of bunker* rtadlnn G«ilf Akaotiation. termed the 

ss te usual In cases of this kind, a petition te being circulated seeking l ® n / rf ' * r ^* J n ., '* ' A parade of manager* — Lew Bun- The Loa Angelea Times staged IU By employing tlie UflO A boog. ujg.OA. plan to standardize golf 

to prevent the use of flavor? Tark as a playing field If tome people ■ ••• m,,r ‘ " J*™ ton of New York holds his contract annual parade of aporta champions let. district committee* will b* able course rating* "excellent" He said 

hod their way. recreational facilities would be *o far out of the city ’«* "““T W * rT1 ?l . -couldn't beat ristlana * c.»ld last night and before 1.300 fan* and to determine whether a par-four | t ^ould came up for consideration 

that sport of any kind would hardly be able to exist . . George * mu a g e ! , ho „l drr ^ny better than Burley. follower* made IU award* for 1947 hole te an easy one or a hard one ^ the RCOA 

McCartney. Canadian Legion centre-forward knd former ToronU Scottish chance to prove it in tne nog ^ b , ig((Bl j fVcr Bha „. d MBUrk ^ <Rockett r, chard. *tar for- w>d assign It *ay, a 17 rating or a = - =— — — - 1 

•occer star, became a dsddy for the first time three day* before Christmas "The only bout* I gel are against (U iTW0 ^ d j f 0Ug ht for as Uttle ward with M^mtreal Canadleru of *8 rating for handicap purposes 
It was a glrL the wolf at the door. That guy te u 420." Charley recalled “It wasn't the National Hockey League, wax T* 1 * I®** 1 ° r *he Individual hole 

G (JERKING DEPARTMENT: For the heavy holiday and week-end always willing to fight me and Uve my managers fault Those other named top* In hockey. rating* will become the new par for 

•port* schedule this comer picks V Marla United to edge out the Victoria | had a tough Ume out-pointing him fl#h|M1 )lM dldn t manl me or I the course, and the player* st each 

and District All-8tor* In tomorrow* hnlldsy wccer exhibition and to|ln the last year I d<>nt know how ^ fight at any terms * ' . rwi f rc>ra I 

lose s close dectelcsi to Hi. Andrew, here Baturday In a Coast League I'd have managed If I hadn't hooked Rrrpi ,n y B stubborn Illness ol |'(*|) III I K U \l III 

fixture. Legion to defeat Oak Bay In Saturdays district league soccer on as a helper on a city garbage plsairlBy complicated hie battle BV | # •• 1 I > W. W 

and Esquimau to take the H'e«4a in Sunday** encounter. In the Nil. L-. truck l*n June and that* only WBn t. MANCHESTER. NH. Dec. 10 I g ] | f 1 ^1 A 

Ranger* over Boxton and I>etrolt over Chicago tonight: Rangers over on a pari time basis .. But j- m , n shape now. The Featherwelgh Champion Willie 

Bouton. Chlcaga over Detroit and Toronto over Canadlcns In tomorrow * Burley 1a married and has twu doctOT reports my heart, my lungs Pep. 1J2. of Hortlord. Conn, tonight CarburttOT and Motor I 

games and Tervmla over Ranger* and C»n»die«« over Boe'on tn Saturday children. He admits to 11 year* of Bnd everything else are OK I'd *ure gained an eight-round technical |l 

night gamm. The East over the West In the annual Shrine grid battle fighting and 30 year* of life Rln»-| Ukr B frw fights to help my wife and knockout decision over Maurice TlMO-Up SOHflCO f 

Michigan to uke University of Southern California tn the 8«« Bowl, worms here Inatet he* been at b»>th j- m V ctUng old. Maybe those' G^fty) IoChance. 134'y, of Lisbon. ' | 

r«nn Stale over Southern Methodist In the Ooiton B«wl. Alabama over longer. guy* who have been giving me the Me. tn their scheduled ten-round *J TEARS | 

Taxos tn the Kogar Bowl. Kansas over Oeorgla Tech In Uve Orange Bowl ^ B progeoakmhl hek been r*ied go-by would Mke to try me. I think Inen-tltia boxing bout before a LOOT f DEf IAI IfTf 1 

and Misaiaaippi over Texas Christian tn the Delta Bawl Batting t( w ^ top of the welter- i I could Hck any mlddlewrejght to- crowd 1W6 JrLwlIU# 1 1 1M9 g 

average to date 29 right. 15 wrong Ferrentage: «59 weight and middleweight division* day tf I had a chance to train and Pep. who took every round with . 

. , ... Tl.a rofnai*! ouiW. /le every year snd wllh the same con line up • couple of tune- ups hla buxe-aaw two-tisted a'lark 

4nd to all of y on from I hr l.olonist f/Mirfg fir- ^ h(U mubbe ^ by the -Just a Chance would gl™ me Uve dropped LaChanre for nine count* 



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MANCHESTER. NH , Dec. 10 UP 
— Featherwelgh Champion Willie 



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GOVERNMENT^ CHATHAM STREETS 



THE DAILY COLONIST.. VICTORIA, r. C . W 



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WINNIPEG Dec JO O' A . II lh« Chri&lnuu .caomi epldfQU' 
lakrheah hockey team to all ael of exhibition game* can be taki't 
In change the Western Canada a* any criterion, however, neither 
Junior hockey picture, dominated of the two Winnipeg leader# wll 
by Saskatchewan during the UMjnurdle Bruins when playdowt 
year time arrives Last Saturday Mon- 

Tupping their own league at will, arclis traveled to Mooae Jaw foi 
Port Arthur Bruins entertained a game against Canucks, four point 
Regina Pat* during the last few I behind Regina Pats In the Has- 



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In a 5-5 draw. 

In their own league, Conadletu 
and Monarchs are rated as Ibr 
two top teams in Madltoba. witli 
Brandon Whral Kings the third 
contender for provincial honors 
Winnipeg Black Hawks In fourti 
position, are given little chan*' 
of amassing any honors this year 

Only three points separate th< 
three leading teams. Cnnadiens ar* 
ahead with 13, Monarch* second 
with 12. and Brandon third With 10 
Black IImwIls traU with five 

Winnipeg Fivers alitt top th-' 
Manitoba Senior League teams b) 
a decisive margin, having won 
eight inmi!i against one lo** Plow- 
men are in second place with eight 
points, while the hapless National 1 
bring up the rear with four 



*ene». 

The first encounter wtu won by 
Port Arthur 11-4 and the second 
10-4 The Bruins trounced the 
team which at present 1* leading 
the Saskatchewan Junior loop and 
which Is held most likely to de- 
throne Moose Jaw Canucks from 
the latter * hold of the Saskatche- 
wan championship 

Early tn the season the Lake- 
head drums began booming on; 
behalf of Bruins At that time 
the talk was considered bv other 
point* as so much promotion stuff 
Rid now western Junior hockey 
team* are thinking of the Bruins 
as chief contenders for the western 
berth in the Memorial Cup final 

In the Manitoba Junior League | 
Canadiens are at present topping 
the four-team circuit, with Win-' 
mpeg Monarch* sticking close be- 
hind 



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Blackburn R 2) S 14 4 It) 4k 14 

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B.C. (iritl Final 
Rp-SrhrdulfH 

•i HE: sudden -death final for 

I the B C. Intermediate 
Canadian Rugby champion- 
ship Is on again Vancouver 
Gremlins, following a meeting 
last night, announced that 
they will pay their own ex- 
penses over to Victoria In 
order to play Oak Bay Goblin* 
for the title. 

The game is set for 2 30 
Saturday. Alf Worthington, 
publicity chairman for the 
Victoria Canadian Rugby Ag- 



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Bobbie Riggs, recognised a* United 
Btat^* pro chump, u currently eu- 
KUgrd in duel with Jack Kramer 
former world's top amateur, who re- 
cently turned professional for liberal 
amount of promised cash. Ring.-’ aeen 
at net making forehand smash. up- 
set predictions bv taking first two 
matchen of lour 



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The announcement of the 
grounds to be iised will be 
made later. 

The game was previously 
canceled when the Victoria 
body wa* unable to guarantee 
expenses fnr the visiting team. 



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Ound Mar US KdMrator 

rtrrn back— on* miia 

Windflplil* 130 Chaain 

Narh? Paaa 117 Beyond Rear 

flandlabtra III Btiisb Aaaio 

Hl.XTII RAC 2. — At f-jilon*. 

Oamaaru* M4 Rot a I chanei 

first Ralvo US War Toro 

Po*»rar Ambla III Jad* tad 

Hina Bhrmer In Pitobla Drlo 



SEATTLE, Dec 30 >iT Seattle 
Athletic* took over leadership of 
the Pacific CoraI Basketball League 
tonight with « 67*59 victory over, 
Portland Indians for a fourth 
straight victory’. 

The Athletics also Announced that 
Ken Buesan*. of the Shehovgun, 



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SIXTH «A(X— 

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Btar Oraditala t ?*» 1 or 

EioedlUnua j M 

Heralrhrd Sander, 

AfVrVTR AAf B— 

Heal man . 112 8(1 tin (10 la 40 

Bu*y Cc iijI I HO a 48 

Loral < oc 

Brrairhad hi? Wolf W abler. Philio 
V||»»?0. Krtr Win, War Train, flrai Pla*r 
KK.IITR B.4CX— 

Sport aman 111 Ml IT 00 10 Jo 

Wrvermo $ «/i « me 

Alpine Kina 0 M 

Sera tr bed n?a Convoy. Blu? Whlak 

Martian, Pop* Choir# Mintpla? Ukht 
Rnrh * 

OVERNIGHT ENTRIES 

flR»T BATE — Pit f'jrlor.f* 

T^kara Boy m Cayr'ano JOS 

Barbra ID n?ri*r 

Ooixhan? in odd Pair 

North Bound tu Clear Op 

LeOeur HO na(*hlft»r id* 

Molt*. M'u'bn 187 Count fora? Ill 

Rltyrmark 114 BtUPS Pa« 10* 

Play'nx Pome ill 

arcOMB *M t — Hit furious* 

Belarin )0n Pannl? Me i*ai 






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LeUh A*h 
Arnn aili 

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Colrralna 

Olauatun 



Sesttle 1 67 > — OiibertMin 8. Dal- 1 
thorp 19. Kottman 12. Watiton 14 
Brlghtman 8 Subs-Leask 8. 

Portland i59i-Taltt 15. T Smith 
2, Jorgonaen 12. Krrber 3. Rodrigue!, 
13 Bubs —Sutherland ft. Pflugrad J, 
Rosa 6, HaA*h«gen 2 
FIRCRE8TS WIN 

BELLINGHAM, Dec 30 iAv —I 
Belling hem F'lrcrcats pulled aw«y at 
sUrt of the second half tonight to 
run the count to 30-15 and went 



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Cornwall 9. Lachlne 5. 
Victonavllle 4 Sherbrooke 
O H A. 8EMOR 
Hamilton TlgerJ 3 Kil 
Waterloo 2 

EDMONTON JUNIOR 
E A C 4. Maple Leaf* 3 
A H L. 

8t Louts I. Washington 5 
Wflll 

Saskatoon 11. Reguta 8 



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DAY AND -e/ 

HO BUTTS 
ABOUT IT' ’ 



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DOCTOR TOLD 
Ml- I GOTTA 
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YXJCMOKE 
ABOUT 
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A DAY/ f 



KEEP YOUR 
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resolutions 

LAST YEAR!, 



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t'nme Bart lop Marrnni* Tim# 104 

Orafalrrhan III Tnaalate 11k 

Pteir Relit 1IM Quelal 111 

Maale Touch 112 

THIRD a ATT— M'lr and an?-«1it??ri'b 
Own rt». »»r<J in ptrat Plart 111 

'Th* Ho? HI ^| W j, m ,,, 

fOlant C its *Ladr Rheanell? 110 

Arutamaa IIS Upton III 

ftrtt toaro? ill t entry 

ITantporar? Ill t entry. 

FOURTH BACK—. Hll furlmir* 
fair Tlrrata l»k Leter V 1M 

Valiant 31m 112 Hi Cou«ar 101 

Dick Manner? I**T Blaek Pratnn t|k 

B*?*t Ifopa 10* Manda? Ihrat m 

Hoodoo bad? ||4 u Bud 10* 

Malhlah ||« 3e rt |? ( oirl 

F lt**l 107 RnI Imp III 

fifth bach— 8.1 furlona* 

Wlndawcpi ill u, ht riiwli, in 

•Black Hob III pir Ball III 

Red Bold* III 'Civil Ho* riff ill 

Ouaenaand 1 10 Wont Talk III 

fa*t Blare Ilk Calllon llnuc* til 

F.*?>e III nalavar 107 

Anialua 111 Rln«l< III 

W? Bow 111 Bubarribrr III 

LltUa Kerf in t-gntry 

• IXTII a act. — f t furlona* 

Cateh W> lei a Ilk D«ld Quraiian It2 

Lortv Pair 103 fhocklna III 

Junior Wolf III (Irandpa Mat 131 1 

Juk? Rna 1 Id Miaa Militant III 

AIWNTH RACK— MU? and nne .*tatoar*r I 
114 Court P7a«h llli 

182 KarU Bert 118 ! 

121 Attar 111, 

111 Mlaht? falcon 18| 

— Mil? and «na aitiaanU* 
111 Bob* Drratn 112 

104 Canirrn Lod 131 

118 Btncke't Trace 18k 

no S>ar Thorn# 111 



*rti*iiH mi r-sii furlona* 

H'lbcao 111 le*rd Champion 107 

I'laantr? rood 188 (lu*taf 1(7. 

Mafna'a Ilk Meadovvala Boy US 

P1nodln*l9 Ml Safe Re*#rd 110 

Menu 111 Hallanl III 

ririHTH BACB — Mil? and Ot.r *inra.,lh 
•acoteh Rncrrt II I »Roae HJanca 117 

Charlllhi in ITha Wa( firman 117 

Th? fakir 130 Mlnairvl Bey 117 

JMrtia 114 Oba»r**r 117 

Fop Llautenani 117 t - tjitry. 

B*?ad Baakel 114 l — Entry. 



Surrlv You'ri* No! 
Driving Your C'jir 
Over I li*- Holiday 
Season W it lion I ( 4ir 
Inmiranre? 

7 HAT'S UM Of Till lIVk.aT HAVA 
to mtabt tiif urw mi triniQ 

— lt'« AkRIVO far Traabl? 
NIOKI O tinn 1ST! Rir.H1 NOW 
FOR IWmitTr PROTFCTIOM 
vor caw pa? ri in January 
Ol B R4TV8 ABF "BIOHT" 



VANCOUVER. Dec 30 (Cf> -Pa- 
cific Lutheran College atAved off s 
late rally by Unlvenlty of British 
Columbia Thunderblrd* to gain r 
close 40-39 decision In an exhibition 
basketball game tonight 



a.t -r^E-ej-ry 
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TM6 ET^ESIDCNCY 
OF THE 
FIRM 



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IT 



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TACOMA, Wash , Dec 30 tipi _ 
Tacoma a Rockets defeated New 
Westminster Royals, 4-3, In a cloae- 
checklng Pacific Coast League 
hockey game here lonlgiit 
Midway in the second period 
police were called to restore order 
after a free-for-all had broken out 
involving players from both teams 
and a hall down spectators. 

The disturbance arose after Peie 
Tpllllfer of Tacoma and Ken Terry 
of Royals tangled on the boards 



ines in naltimorc 

| BALTIMORE. Dec 30 cd*. -Hurry 
jC Birmingham, the cop who look 
| Herman iBsbe* Ruth to SL Marys 
Industrial School where the Bam- 
bino learned to play baseball, died 
today. 

The 8ti-veur-old retired policeman 
liked to recall how more than two 
decades ago the Babes father de- 
jdded to send thin boy to the school 
He asked Birmingham, the ”rop on 
the beat," to take Che boy 

Birmingham, an old friend of the 
boy's father, also walled that th* 
youngkter was "not a bad boy. Just 
. mbichlrvtRig and would not take 



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H*r Arr? 

Marplln 

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Qvrrn K I *»ia 



Happy Ynr > par 

EASY'IpuSSOWIY. I Tfif vuu MEAN 
AUCH S LTJE/TU «mD THAT 

50T|W /TAPGETS.. '.SMOOTS BACK! 
TTAJ-tEG^eDjAfCMA -TXA-L 
VOMES .THAT A SOON GET YEH 
4 h-vtS 1-r^^^^.WASM ' 



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fSS? • VUM OKNIRV.^ VUW WUTWLOii, 

A WE88S yUrmi unavfaxD 

FEUD APnM_Si 



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NOTWlN^TUE 
MEM POUCS 
WON EM AT 
\TL SMOOTW 
|,GAuGWvy 



(?c!s First Shutout 

FRESNO. Dec 30 UP, 



Bill Bren- 
nan got hu first shutout of the 
season here tonight as Freano Fal- 
cons defeated Oakland Oaks 3-0 in 
a rough and ragged Ptelflr Coaal 
Hockey League game. 



WAR ASSETS SURPLUS 



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\\ l\' DOW FRAMES 
<’c»mp1eie With 
Hardware, F.tc 
SellitiR at a Fraction 
of Coat 

SO FUY NOW 
AND SAVE 



COLLEGE TO PRAITIHE 
Victoria College senior and Inter- 
mediate Rugby fifteen.* will hold a 
Joint wrmkmn at Winder Park thl* 
morning commencing at 10:30. All 
team members and any other players 



Mexico ■ first navy was 
flotilla of armed rowtwat* 



Interested are requewted tn attend 



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NOTICI TO SAANICH RESIDENTS 



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Fred Waring 
Jan lierrh 
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IkU Year Relgnber , About Tun* 

(tea* Nr«. Mump 

Kadio Journkl KJokpel BJ.t*er_ 

Kki* Smith I K#»» 

Victor Lit dikltr , Rr*l Bturtk* 

Dr tkltMit I Th* biukie Boi 

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Billy Bruou* 
Billy tttoBne 
Bill* BtoeD* 
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rh# Unit B0« «*»» *rk* 

Ihn kluaU Bo* jCail ire.ora I JCBUC BTTNtXiRAPMER PMPRtSA 

Kr«. I Vote* of Wanton I ,, H Whiu aim r*pert :s LDICATIONAL 

Boo White Bhoo Bt« c*rr*l A — — 

Modern Kitchen The UJI «»*» I JCBLIC ATKNOORAPHP* V BAJHRO- — 

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m — — ■ ■ ■ ~ I runrf 1 1 «rr Tif si vii* d* n»*u in id . ■ l. V oicr i 

Any elkim ror rebate on aceotint ot error | ch*p*l of th* H*nd* Mortukry. Ud on Voico of Memor* i gtnei and Albert 

•r omlaalon muai b* mad* ollhln *0 d*»»i Wedr.tkday. December Jl *1 J P m lire 11 •» '«“«• or tdimorj l gtbe|_BOd Aib*ri_ 
from (ha date of th* uni. kihtrvit* claim j C A Barton «UI oM Irate Cremauon , III 00 | Plrradl » ^rada Brrapooo* 

Ml) not h* ollM. I at the Royal Oat Crematori um &U S*nnM Hioadraat 

Th* colonial Will ool b* raapoiutbl* lor pRjr.-TCR - At Bl hUrr'a RoaplUI. Mew H «» Memory lm.e Barm llroadcaa 

■tor* than on# Incorrect tnaerMon of *or[ WeMmlnder BC on Derember Jl IMT I 00 Mtmurv Tim# Concert Hour 

adrerUlemanl ardared for mot# than one 1 Mr* Madalena Printer ot New Weil I. It Club Dtarr Concert Hour 

l*»u* mlnMer, B C widow of tlte late C t 1 J« Bl* lor On* Recital 

~ — r. L — Prlnt.f The late Mr* Printer war born I I IS Pit lot One Ilia Mother 

•e^u do r ol Lcli*. original r.f«.nr^ in B*ppertnn._ B C ar.d I had wM M. | , M Mu.le U,eer* , Pearnre Concert 
aend cppt.a 



Victoria for to year* prior to moring to , j i » Mu*i< Coven 
...... f uw.» New Weaunlnatpr two year* M Th* 

— — — — - - T I l.te Mu Printer U kureir.d b» two j .. Deri.tiCJi.ai »*rl 

I BIRTHS I -f r S , r"* MM Br '"' J ■*««« 

both uf Vanrourer BC a IS Prairie Special 

^ — Funeral #*relrr» will Be held tn Mirail , ........ H Drt .,,. 

BriURKT To PH »«• and Mr* Howard Brother* Ploral Puneral Out.el on B»t..r J ii ' f4Iir» # Poec.al 
B Bourne, at Br*i Kaiin H.iaplt*;. twin* ' rt#T .riern.-or. at I JO o'rlo'k Interment £ - 

Lund* and Du<*. on l». upon b, 1*47. t eelll be In flna* Hay Cemetery. * 'HI' ? 



BIRTHS 



I 00 Mtmurv Tim# Concert Hour I March ol Bciene 

1 is Club Dtarr Concert Hour Marrh of Acianc 

I 30 PI* lor On* Recital Houarwive* 

I IS Pi* for On* Ilia Mother I Uouaewirea 

J SO Muan- Invert Pekttree Concert Winner lake All 

J |S Untie Loven family favortle* Winner iaka All 

J Jtl ' MUk'.c uvtra ton** t« Rensember Hniw Party 

J «t> Devi, lib nai retina Dun Matter It out* Parif _ 

J no Prairie Bpenal , Mtiklt I Meet th* Mlttu* 



Perrr Uimd i Woman tn Wtitla Haukl.aac Iaiklng i Craklne Johk-< 

l.A>« Yum Uaat i K’intn in White U*t*r>ir.e Peat I Oueer. for a D 

Hu** ot My Dteam* I Uel.t uf ‘he Woftd I fa ne tv ana 1 Queen Inf a D 

New* Lit* Beautiful I Hew* I Mew* 

Cedi Boll* Ma Perklni farm Mewt Claudia 

Double lb Nothing Pepper Youpg Paul tbhiteman | Harmony Hoedowr [ N*»» 

Doubly fo No thing Rtifii^Ui Haot Hnea* I Paul Whiteman I Harmony Hoe.! 

March of Pciene* Barktlag* Wtl* I Paul Whiteman I Jt.ttcd Natiuni 

March of science Stella Dalla* Paul Whiteman ) Mu|io 

Houaewtve* Dnrento June* Awn Bterllr.p K'.harl la Bch 

Uouarwiyr* Wldder Hiuan l_Ann Bterlli e I Mer* arlfflt»_ 

Winner lake All I tt hen Girl Marrle* t What a Dome hadl*. Heart * Deilr* 

Winner iak* All I Purua face* Uf* | What * Dolna L*dl. ; Heart'* Deilr# 

It cute Party | Ju»t Plain Bill Bride and Groom I Marlin Blank 

Route Party I Front-Pa** Panel! i Bride arid tiro, tn Bill Harrll.gtu 

Meet 'he UlMua | Roa.l Of Uf* | l.adic* B# Sea’yJ Hi. ip lalit* Cl 

Meet th* Miaaua ! Nora Drak* la Airy B* Bealeo lloypitlaity Cl 



Craklne Johkron 1 three Qu.»i*» 
Queer, for a Dae Pick th* Hit* 
Queen far a Dar_ I Sttmmr Kaj#_ 
New# |K«w* 

Claudia Sinatra Blr.pa 



rufee Qu.naf tlma I Man In th* Uoiu# 
Pick th# Hit* Nmaiime 



Uuite 

Midday Melodic* 
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New* 



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a«rE OCR WINDOWS FOR TSAR- END 
k’ tperiai* ten* of gr.ni thine* at half 



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March of wciancw 
Houarwive* 

Uoutewivea 

Winner lake All 
Winner lake All 



I Jnlted hatiuna 
Muyto Bong of Stranger 

Albert La Bchall# WTU Heeorr 

Mere Ortltln . Of Malone __ 

■ i Dcalfw IU n Blue 

What t Dolne Ladi. ' j Heart * Detir* Raa While hlua 

Bride and Groom I Martin Blank Newt 

Bride and unr iu 1 Bill Harrington Club Calandat 

l adle* Ba Sea'td i Harpnality aub | Winter Perenart* 

(adjrv Ba heauj ] lloipitlaltv Club | Winter Br»rnaila 

Welcome Traveler* Song of Btranear Off the Record 
Welcome Irayelei* ! Know Ycur Marine* 1 Off the Record 



land* ar.d Lou, Pa Q— em ber #. 1*47. will be m fioas^Bay Comeicry. *“ *00 Club I ?*** binRh *" 

PAtnBAlKN Mr and Mr* May Palrbalrn ■ RKD Al lh# Roval Jubilee llotpital on « ** US «ub StajggM ^ MugKtna 

wUh lo announce the. arrival a I fh.lr December » l»47 Pranret Rnd »>«• * ♦» *‘*0 CTub '“““a Muggm. 

daughter Linda Lurlll* cm December M lova.l wife of Jama* T Reid of S17 10A Umlt for Modern* 1 Re.idffvou* Room 

ini at Bt Joaet.h'a H.»ultal weighing Tranklt Hoad; horn In WatkertOh Ont 4 14 Mult tor Modern Randervoui Room 

I lha i L, 1 P weigntn# # fM , flrn , u1 Victoria (or f!v* jear. » in Rerord Hub ll-ua Linda 

* 4J I m. . a k a-- - -A .A. laa.a. fh re* « 41 Uawrara*! I ilnrl 4»n ( inlllif 



J wuair 1 inv 

Skrlcnaa in Mtlody | Meet the Miaaua Nora Dfak* 

Diirrtmamant , Arthur Godfrey Aunt Mart 

New Year * Eve [Arthur Godfrey Dr Paul 



Bride and Groom I Martin Blank 
Bride and Gro"u> 1 Bill Harrington 
Lad)** Ba Sea'kd i Horpitalitv Club 
Didiry Ba BeaUo ] lloipitlaltv Club 
Welcome Traveler* Bone of Btraneer 



i Hint Hunt 
I Ewiyn winters 
New* 

I Uncle Remit* 



Pror.t P*g * Peatur** [ Not# bv Note 
McIcmU Bhowcaae ; New* I Terrv ar.d 

Clifford Clare* Folk lute* tlkv Hue 

New* 1 Peteri-ia I Jark Arm 

Old Gold Show | Dull* * Tavern TonKhl a 

Old Gold Show | Duflv * Tavam Neat 

Patency ar.d March Old Bong* and Naa Vui Pap 

flweer.ey and MarchJ H*l perwln Vo* Pop 

The 0am t m . : Yba IkM 

The Saint Muair The Lone 

The Wti l« tier Jlmmia Durwi.U Maror ol 

The Whutlgr Jimmie O uiauce M an.r of 

Lowell lh.inta Buoner Club | A Mm it an 

Jack Smith New* Abtwnt an 

Dr Chrt»l>*» Or*at Otld*raiae«a Jark Parr 

Dr Chilklian Ortai tlllde i»lwwa I J ack Parr 

Mainly Hour Dennia Da* i Bln* Crn« 

Melody Hour Dannie U»* Ui» t C*o* 

dun 14 Dlalrlcl A"orn*f I New* 

firm • DUUK t Ailo tnav | T int 1* It 

Nr<i News Maeic Ho 

Iraiial-Tarct Orrhritra M**ie llo 

J'elg New I Mv u Ml1 

Orrneatra Olvtnpla Heport a Orrhaalra 

'Concert Hour New# |Orrbe«ira 

t Concert Hour Otebealta lOrchetira 

I Concert Hour Otahealra lOrmenra 

Nrwi N*w* lorcheatra 



her huiband. *ha leave* three | S 44 Newacaal 



I Morton Gould 



HANSON Bom to Brian and Mary Man 



children and two grandchildren 
BtrlctlV private funeral arrvic* In Hay- 



•on (nee Mary Downayi. a daughter. vian |. a B r funeral Chapel on Wednca 
Carol Ann. at Jubllea Hnanltal. wt D«- a , y Cremation »No n.iw»r». bv trqueil 



• 00 i Ma*oi of tha Town Prelude 
« Ik Stavot of tha Town prelude 
« JO, i Curtain Tima Organ* 



camber 37, 1443. 

UNKLAITR To Mr and Mr* Jtmti 
Stewart Unkla'er <ner Chaney. Alice 
Arm. BC. at Ht. Ju*«ph i Hoipltal. Oa- 
eember 10, 1447 a daughter. Oertrude 
Carol, i lb*. 10 or 

WILLIAMS "Bud" and l-earl William* 
<ne* RoMnaonr announce Uie arrival 
of Carolyn May 4 lb* 14 nr. on Decem- 
ber ». 1447, at Royal Jubilee Hoipltal 



■ «!. I Curtain THna 



WILLCOX-A' Bt Ju*eph • Hospital on I'KlKflJSi” 
Dac ember »• 1B47. Mr* Ada Koama ; '»• ”il!* , *f r 



Organ Muile 

Organ Muiic 

New* 

New* Roundup 



Wiiit., * aged 77 year, of 4)J Meiuirt ’ J* f!j3 * n i j[{ ' f 

Bi reel a Mow or th* late Harry Wlllco* 7 4i r,ti 1 _ 

Sha a a* horn In Rngland and had re- 4 00 Symphony | Ir| L on Chante 



Rhe a at born In England and had re- BOO Btmphoi.y 
■Ided In Victoria for the T)»*t 10 year*; 1.15 , B.mpnonv 
The iaie Mr* Wlllcaa leave* to mourn • JO Svmphonv 
h*r lou i.ii* daughfer. Mr* J P (Win- • 46 I Bvmphonv 



nlfred i Wood of 3034 Brron Rtreei and g on Ray Block 
on» ton. Edward Pcrey wtlicot of Lady- g js (t. r Block 



ntnllh. V ! . and three gr*ndch!l-« » ,io I’rrsonalitv Tim* 
per **. ..... a* .v.ya. *..« 4f c . aiao tine brother In Chgland b 45 > PereonalltV Jim. I "i"hln I 

c i~ -*~ - = Funeral tervlre* will be held In McCall - On- Vn»w. 

1 DEATHS 

^ 7D^^r ^ ;;;n'nTv 0 :bT.r 0 ; i^rsssWn « 

December 34 1»47, Mr* BlUabeth Jan* flower*, nv reque** * I Unai.i on | Orcf.e 

Ander*..'. aged •« year* »' *17 Dupp.u maoH^= t’>.- 

Ii *d Bhe waa burr. In Ontario and had g CARD OF TII.ANRS iJnanRouiiY««1 ? rche . 

fftided In Baanith and Victoria [or the| ] II 44 Melody Lanb I New 1 

0**1 40 year*. 'The late Mr*, AdJtt«or ~ — — — 

Jcatr. L. mourn her lo** three *ot>» Mt* A Abbott end family w-'*h to egfend 

Robert Henry and RirhBfd Aru.ur ,lheir thank* for the exptevlm.i i of *yn>- COMING EVENTS 

Pardue. both of Butrey. H C. ana Wil P*lhv recelvad during the !.«» of * lovmg 

Dam J. M, P Perdue at home, and t«t> • hurt.* r.d and father, alto the Rwv V M tT,' ITT - 



I 16 i Svmpnonv lei L on Chante 

I JO hympbonv Ul l.'on Chante 

I 46 i Bvmphonv a t ook at 1947 

4 00 Ray Block Thin Ire of 1447 

9 IS Rav Block Thm U* of 1447 

6 .10 | I'rraonalttv Tima Thin Re of IB47 

9 44 I PereonalltV £ltn# Thin Ice of 1447 

10 00 fUa tor One' I New. 

10 15 Kla lo* On# Dr Be.lgewirk 

10 JO New* I Jew!) OeiUurtera 

10 4!> B<rnte and Andy [jean Oe*la<ulera 

Unanno'inced | Orchetira 

tJnannotinrad I Orchetira 

tfnanBOUhC*d I Orche*tr* 

II 44 Melody La, a I J<ew Year * B*lu 



Clifford Clark* 

New* 

I Gld Gold Show 
Ola Gold Show 



The Saint 
in* Sain l 
The WliUtler 
The Whlatltr 
Lowell Thfm** 
Jerk Smith 
Dr Chrlkl'an 

Dr ChfUtlf P 

J k( elude Ifour 
Melody Hour 
Club l» 

New* 



Woman * Barret 
Marine* of Me nd! 
Me. mile* 

Hymn* of Prai* a 



Sea* Pulton lawia 

K ni. *rM.or ker’a Prank Hemingway 
Radio Review Serenade 

Curley J»n * i Bereraue 

Dir* Tiacv ~ H-ip Harrtran 

Terrv and Pirate* Ri.permat. 

B*v King Captain Midnight 

Jar* Arinitrnng Toir Mlg 

Tnnur.i at Ru New* 

Neat Re*l NtnOea 

Vua pop High Advent ura 

Vo* Pop High Adventure 

The Ut-i Ranger I Manhattan Muile 
Th* Lone Hamer I Vai.na'tan Miuit 
Maror ol tha Town 1 ctani Knt 
M»yi»r of the Town riyr g JCid 
AMmtt and Cn«teilo| Name That fioug - 
Abbott and Coatellr Name Trial Soug 
Jark Part I Quiet Pie*** 



New* I Newi 

Dr Be.lggwlrk 1 ranal-tar-aa 

Jew!) De*la une ra Talk 

Jean DerU.ii.rr* lOfCMIlfl 

Orcf.e.ir* | Concert Hour 

Orchetira I Concert Hour 

Orcheitra Concert Hour 

New Year a Balut* I Nrw* 



I Nrw a 

Off the Newirrd 
OH the Rarord 
Off tb* RecorJ_ 
Nrw* 

Black*! on* 
OftUnv Trail# 
Superman 



Patbou* Yttrae 
Take It Kaay 

Take It Eaiv 

Tale I: la*v 
fake It E**y 
Iak* II Ea«v 
_Tak* U Dri 

I New l . 

Carl 'Trevor# 

Ui.lv Brt.ana 
_Billy Bruwua 
Vaughn Munroa 
Perry Yla.on 
pi* Buier 
Ma Peikin* 

I Iak* Lulerlng 
Pair Lulcnu.g 
Spar • 

Varittr 



v*PlRELLA PO'JNDAnON GARMENTS 

k^ B 6B3J for vour Vraldgnl-coraallbra 

y V.tll'M PAPER CHASE O 144 

k’ aventi.g* 



i.adwin n ne * iiie - it.ai her o* 

I • p Pi.o * II* I.g 11.401 . S'. U.t •• .J> l 



r .vrei i* at Oak Ba > 



'•* appl'kd I... . 



IBB UBt'AI l Ah MOWKMN PIANO 
mrlhutl f». I.ovl ihlldrth Oltl) E 1*4-. 



riMII SHOPPER SERVlCr - 1445 WEB I PIANO o 

I Sth Ava Hr.un JJ Vancouver B C - — - - - - — - - 

Best Value - lllehekt QwaUlV < 4ATHEKINI. BROWN l II4H, 1'EACH- 

J 'pAlDJlte BUTTON HOLES EAClf JOB V “*_“!?■ V 

• however •mall. It given lha utfBfvl , |,*UBt Lk GRES LEY IHB.II. TEACH 

I conuderatlon Sue* *• in lo I*- In I j at uf plant, JIM tYuernje* SI * 144. 

Murrrlt • 1 1 tb Blanihard ' 

rpAKE ADVANTAGE OP OCR HALE WE Jv UUUHS VkilAN 7 UU OUbUE* 

• are unable to find a •ullabl. location Itnt SCHOOL Of POPULAR MUSH, t ID 

• ad mu»i rinve In Januarr. Tha Mo*qa* tyruDluh IN CANADA AND L fc A 
410 Purl E 3134 I YU A Vale* fittcei Phon* v* Ml 



New* and Weathar i Mayor of the Town . 'DHOSMA SURGICAL BtlTB EXPERT 
Harry Horllrk Mayor of lha Town • fltllnk free cor.tultatlon Da rime • vj 



Hlnr Crus be 
IMr.g Cruibr 

New* 

1 n>u i * it 


Glenn tiaedv 
Bruloh 
Slop Me If 
You vs Heard 


Made Hour 


Futon Lewi# 


Made Hour 


Vise* 


M-V'l' Muur 


Ils'T-vd Party 


Gn l.valra 


flsn.rd Party 


I Orrtisvt r* 




1 rrrh»,i ra 




I Outlet! r* 


“ Orsheafra 


1 Or«nc»‘ra - 


• firrhsstra 



Harry Horllrk 
Bob White nh-.w 
Bob WhlU Show 
New* and Sparta 
Mrlod) tana 
CISPO Kid 

I Clac., Kid 

New* 

Muair bv Martin 
Publte Opinion 
HutiiK opini on 
Croiby 
Slug Cvoabp 
Fun Parade 

Fun Parade 

Hew t 

Dream Weave* 
C70#4 uf Da4 

Chapel Chime# 

New* 

O « Hooaw 
Dog Mnuaa 
I Dug Huuas 



Curuia Tima |l*harm»iv Port at Br, *.l l ~ ' ^ 

' 1 nl# — VICTORIA WEST P-T A RKtOBETE TpUWM SCHOOL OP DANCTNo V' 
£"• 22“ J! ' name, branch of aervlra. if n I, a„ a Ati tjpaa taught. Siuall thllucn 

wiihiVd. nunlU of the *ch.m who Mrvrcl In reernt ,,. fl ttuunwip a iDwctaliv Raa pnona » **«. 

H - Ii war Hr mlt to Prmrlpal V et Weil Pchoul i 

Dal Richard* — - « • OUEHN AND OLD-TIME IRNt'UlO 

Dick Dietnecligr THE MAN WHO TOOK GRANITE .tl corrwet technique ctaa* and pttvat* 

Symphony ’’ frnm builder* yard mv Mi rant Btr**i e>tm.i ciii.flre., * c.aa*** Ib'J furl b 

Sirephoi.v ion W*dr.**dav afternoon get tn touch weir tv tun 

Bvmphonv .owner Phone t) 75J4 Any delay bill, = — =- — 

■fjenol* Dav rquga further ivntihh ^ DRESSMAKING 

ev END CmUPReNN I .HEBE — 

Vlnrlnt Lope* Orrh alteratlr.a M •• O’*'*- ivarhion DHPJUvMAKINu. DAY ANl 

. N -_, I G Pita ^ I ” evenlnk or*****. autLs. drape*, l|U 

Sweet Rhythm t- 



DANCINO 



VICTORIA WEST Ml HBQUES tv ILEEN'E SCHOOL OP DANCING •’ 
* name* branch of aervlra of e* I u a„ fl A., type* taught bluati chhut l • 
nupU* of the *ch.«l who *»rved In reeenl naiiroair a iixcialtv Re* pnone * 4*4. 
war Remit to Principal Vet Writ Pchoul i 



■MODI II DANCUIO 

’ILI THE MAN WHO TOOK ORANilf .lj Corrvci technique Cta*i and *tiv« 
front builder * yard mvMlrant Btr»ei ,e»»ni.» cJulflre.. • c.aa.t* lb! 3 foct * 



Ion Wednevdav aftevnnnn get tn touch al'h k 1**1 
owner Phone 0 753* Any delay wlH[ 
i cm** further tenable ^ 



ormt technique i't»u and pnvwn 
i Children » <.•»»»» IbiJ furt b 



Dannl* Da* ** ORtSNM AKIM. 

cs - V \ ' 1 *' , rrrrrirnnjn _ I - r 

LopSoret) V . . * ivarhion DKEBSMAKING, PA) * 

G 4HM £ evening ore****, auii-v or»»w. . . 

aweet Rhythm •ANTED - OOLD COINS BELMONT etc 5MA Yal*. <h » IH» 

rot.cer: Hour ’ ' 41Y 



New* 

aweet Rhythm 
Cuncer: Hour 
Conrerl Hour 

I Concert B*Br" 
Concert Hour* 
t.ullabv Lar.a 
Lulfabv Land 



Mt* A Abbolt and family w*h to eitend 



14 WANTED— FEMALE HF.l.P 



75 DOLLAR DAY 

• nothing but plug* an ik.ii 'I read 
mir*4 rou newd *<u»» fumtiui* bui i 
have incur of the. Chrl*' maa ilw.-gl 
* a hoi* to eutir p.irke' you ebUldr'l 



FUR COATS 

RtMODELtD AND RU’AIRID 



Darn J, M. P Perdue at home, and twt nuv.w a wno .wine , wu-j inr nw r M nrvnraitMrKTft t t 'AHTtU HOUSE 

.... Edna Hun.phr.e- tr'.n . for hit pra er. and trmi tht ivLD-UME DA <C1 HETOERIIMEKTR 
ol Vancouver BC and Mr* Lnv Mar , *— , W •*»•» ««li*f«at Orange HaU T» * » l bu.inew oao 



17 HITtATlONS WANTED — MALF 17 SITtATIONS WANTED-MALt • ^rhlV Y\ k.** m 

1 - — - — - - — ■ 1 - , - ... . - ,'«r« bene. lha.. lo tpei.d It on i«t Of l flew t' Al il 

l.'KNIE MarUlUAN R 14*4 -INTERIOR. | « CREAGE. LOTS PLOUGHED ERCA '* Dui.tau H- • fa laid* and .hall .els «l 



Cleai.tal l-I.eil INtnOlliid 

Uvii.ii'* C'l.aig** 

Rrpie.e.i.altt* Will t 



Mercer of Hew Wet'Oi mater. DC., and The family of the Utr Mary fauder Courtney 
16 grandchildren and 13 great-grand Wallace wl.hea in thank their m.nv frie...U Tr^L.^.uoK 
children, alto unr br' ther Ambroar fnr their klndn»»* ahiiwn and B-ral tribute. I IROWKWOI' 
Matthews In Vic arU ar.d one «>.'er cerrived durti g the ! line** end t.aselng <.r « i «" 

Kom. in Beattie. Wash. their Inerd unr TTity »i|ie.'1*T7f #’W. VO I JI.'Ul- *• 4 *- 

Funeral ter.lct* will be held tn McCall lhank Dv.rtnrs Newby anti Mllrhell and alM) prngrr*. 
Brothars Flora! Chapel on Friday after- th* hurting staff of lha R-.al JublU* i no 

noon al 3 o clock, Imerment will ba In Hnvpltwl fur kind and *vmpathellc alien- , ■ v 

Royal Oak BuGal Park tlnn 



•er.lcta will ba held In McCall lhank D>.c:-r» Newt,, ».-• mm,.. ,„.i ... fc- I ANTED - WOMAN FOR GENEKAL ■ NTe.H ifjH A r 

Flora! Chapel oil Friday after-' tha mining *t#ff of th* Bufkl Jttbll** , ,pw#-i A r. BOLLKR SKATING BESSIONB, I » » rleanlng, full lime employment 1 tpraymg ro 

3 or lock Imerment will ba In J Hnvpltwl fur kind and tvmpalhetlc HIR 1 ' | S g rv Year* Et* ar.d New Year* Night Apply Windsor Motor Court EPlI , j nncme t *1 

k Bun._l_P._rk. tlnn = ,r«m 7 h> P m Dougla. Roller Garden. , - U|T| a ANTFIt-MAI.» INTERIOR Af 



U * ANTED— HOUBEKEtPEM FOR TWO fVKNIE MarMtLLAN R 1 4*4 - IN TERIOR * LTtBAOE, DJTB PLOUGHED. EXCA r * Dui.vait I’l. . fa 1*1/1* ar.d thall i#t* m ,nul ‘ 

buvir.ff •. paopie Permanent p 'Villon Ii tin'tor aid *pr» .uig Ei lima 1*4 e‘\ vallcg and baraflliing L*rl*cm B 1347 ''ar.lwptwl aiih a w*l.,u1 fh ih at 15 

i !* r Fwh*t»HiJ t-» ke * « amdens pujLgIIEu aiih koiahi ■" -* LO& I 

U ’ANTED MIDDLE AO CD ^ ‘ 'MAN iG.*i -, r „ interior and eiierior decorating : VI tiller, no nn«lDg necr.tarv go-, I wfrtlwd l«o lata Im Xm*. »o w* r* pn.Mng , — — 

heir* with children In return fur |OOd “a llsf action guaranteed Phong B 54#1 Ha* through JJ-rneh gate Vran* o.aa* o 12*14 ''hern •-.>! for another 75"" »his »»mi i vul'Kn I.AlJV 

hem* Ban 4414 CriBBHI • » ! *« »n . ^ o hg M««nt\ -tug doUar eat 4P leig I" - .. 

\v“™ : rrL™ ^rTr ' '. ' » • 1 • ■ ■ • ^ r 



n»'.er. BC„ and Th* ramlty ol the utr Mary i-auaer Courtney ■ — I ( ’ EO E GOODWIN FUHMEKL Y 04 RE- < t AkUEbS PLULUI1EU WITH Ru I AW y of lllf-f.a.k ch*l-- «d Ottoman, lha' 

. v, r, at* *«•««•» •«-«•»••!! .«•« «««■ y «« ,oe, «• rived loo la t* Itr Xmav »f> we r • putMng 

ruther. An , - '» ” 1ST MM lallvf.cl.m, guwrartroad Phone B 4441 H4o through ))-tr,«h nte Frant . . aa* . . 

on# •'•■er received during tr„ . nelrg -r i -t. t -.rnn.-.n I”.L. .Jl.I Bo* . !" ao U*r CO) ko lr>a ver 

(heir i.ivrd wi.e The - . w. tn |1bmv ilbf g»,tw mm la .asm " I A -njSCArmo. B.v , . .. .«V. ,,h iT. 



LOtt'l AND rULNli 



WRIST WATCH J 

raw »>••.*• ■ **, iwa • 



ALDRIDGE— At Bl Joarph • H. .spiral, on 
Derembcv 34. 1447 William Aldridge of 
1004 Catherine Hirer. a**d 61 year* 
born lu Headley, England, and a resi- 
dent of Victoria for 14 year*. Ha leave, 
his wife. Mary Eva Aldildge. at home 
one daughter , Mr*. A. G, Ford two 
gong. John L and Bruce t) Aldridge, all 



FUNERAL DIRECTORS 



BANDS MORJT'ARY LIMITED 
lEstabllahed 31 Years) 

“Tha China I of Chlmea* 



ot Victoria Mr Aldridge •••• a Vetera r oiitlncttva Bcrvic* at Reasonable Coit 
of both wart In first war aeweu will. | 

th# 3nd Dattn of the R..»al Berk* ignj QUADRA STREET PHONE E 7611 



Item 7 10 urn Douglea Roller Oatden. , a-riesvM uivni. Mtll INTERIOR AND EXTTKlOR PAIWTINO | 

2'. -5 Dougla# Hirer; *7 alllAiIOlNa HAYItu rvi.SGr | #11|J a ,,,oratlng flrat-rioas work li 

— r rwvvirtr »w - — — — — — jreaionabla pure. fur estimate*. A V ,u > 

UJ RATING EVERY NHII1T - DOUGLAS SKPT1C TANK OREABK TRAP Andersen 6J7 Rlthet Mtrret Phon* H 5414 _ 

■ e 'l! - n w«tr IIU EXPERT lb 

r. tUFMNRi I 

N pm DoUkla* Roller Oardans _ l J^t «aur«r,.' J . 14-hour .ervl, r Wear • 4BM 

i-Av.ortrii ••• ... . * *7 

\ year , Eve Ran Eboutmait Athletic! Mon. colt Rwy **avc«ck. Uconced cotrtraelor i>i A8T ERINO ETTJCCO REPAIRS A 

I if w t|. five-piece nrchcvirw. buffer ,-jppcr in B 43 01 nav^ fi Jy’-' nlirc _ __ _____ I room, replastarrd f. #777 i 

Ml! 3 Jfl ro'.plc 4» Cci number] _ r .mn» - WWT-rrr TANKS TILf 1 ... . ZT I , i 



•• *• I * — *- - *v--« , , . . Y *• ‘4 •VC.-.- ‘ l » - • ' * -w. 

rruinn *wn errrkiiin PAiM-rtKri I *n«si-»n*u. uaLK -FILLING. LEY ih.i »l»» we have at that price oh vey ... i.icmjyii,. ...d ■ 

Vvinw „ 7 . ? Pn, f B‘< '«"!'• l'« r« rwta-tm*. .* b.ve a form.c* lop Chine*, red chr.-me o?Tj| 

*«n*V , ‘*w r iwvw - •** “ r * 1-* *Pif. manura. dallvcrad Err* aali-'rablo and bv purime four hardwurul than* 

Bn * 1 " '• " o: *' • •• I ' •• c G 1516 or 1! * i 1 red «C.:. * • make* a *«r ' I'Ot 41 5LI HPNIMGEII Bi'ANIIQ 

IERIOK AND EXTTH. I 

and decorating flr.t-etoaa work; I , ,hr . P T ' rr . m !' 4 M h ’* 00 Jkl.t.i, v.mr 



INTERIOR AND EXTTKlOR PA1NTINO | ANUBCAPINO I'KUHINO RrifTtrn r»T • fM fr •" ,1 ,f * 1 ‘ , ' r • butk ,ru01 1 ">*« Peru*., ttlltor. I*bbl l*rf#to 

I and decorating Clr.-.-ci^* work: lj the low price w* can mako the *.i T» 00 owi.an r.r aooo home, v.mc 

— |r*a*anabi* price* fr.r e.iimatea, a V | 0 5*44 RX*. TMgoBdbl* eharg. ,„d we jiai lookPd It up and there U one Al , pl , gi<( a kopm 

WKPTir TANK OREABK TRAP Ander.en 5J7 Rllhn Street Phon# B 5411 I _ M-ive lef* down h*r* that * Irrand nr* I 

..... III. .ir.iK . n ,.. I,, rt»»n».i - 1 »== ■— n— — - - . -i *. - wi'h a high bark coal and wood tvpr I I OUT. rRII'A Y noon. I.AlJV B HI A< 

>rw*r me dram, me, aura, cicwnru, | . >AXNnNO and DECORAT1NO EXPERT i lb blTUATIONS WANTED enamel fir.nt and Ju»t to m.4* »rr,.. ou< I* g u m Dlggnr. • wr Mud.o., . Ila> are 

» workmanthlp and flivv-eiaa* material, *•* **•.*/ ,,f LB* 1 »«l *“ !l *- 1 •' «*’ 7or lit" •» If F..r linmedlai* rvluvn of vaiuab * t>»i»*« 

inlv interior a »peri»ity r*Mm*i<-, r r..viAI t. von have 71 bo or » •.••onabl* faralmile re. up). »ry* li.Kf r may keep »nar* i 

fladlv given IMM OOIH , - . _ -here, f r©m* on down and well r*il*ve miner IfRUXNT »)i«k 7)15. Cc-rnUM, > 

p l A PT E RIN O BTUCCrT REPAIRS A LI * RAr *ON8 CHtUJRf N B CLOTHES ' 0 ' , or 11 E*nM» ad.He** r.fi brown n.c.Up* 

I ruomi repla.tared 4 9777 I “ «‘ 7 n* MR EH BOrS FVRNfTUBE I OffT UN BATUMDAY IH THE NKIOI 



MHAMoNs WANTED 
FE.HAI t. 



Regiment; In aetarvd war served with the’ FrM « oanf lh# “Old Song*- ev 
r PCI I , with which regiment he had, at t p m ev*/ CJVI 

basil mnntrieii since 147B. Ha wa* a] 



PHONE X 76U, -H 31" \ r ' L * pAPPIf • 61S * ROOM OF (’ *in • HLY 1 •• Dow. View below Oot 



R UMBER BOOB FVRNfTUBE 
View below Oov't EJtll 



.enember ot B I* O K . Victoria, wad of Ihr 
Canadian Legiun, Pro Pain# Branch and 
a member ot the Fraternal Order of 
Eagle, Aert# No 13 
Funeral fvotn Hayward's RC Funeral 
Chapel on Wednesday at I 10 p m. Inter- 
ment In Itoyal Oak Burial Park 
(Vancouver papers pirate copy I 



TltK CURRY FUNERAL ROME 
Oppoalta Christ Church Cathedral 
440 Quadra Street 
Phon* G 6513 



\ 'ICTORIA QUOfTINO C’LUU SCOTCH Year* cf e*prrlenre Phr.ne K Ilia for u , „ ( 

d.nce Liberal rootna eornpfOwwwm- pN.mt.lng and •» , »0 EXTERIOR DECORA JTNO I U -hrm^ m"/. ttiLANOWYR AND BYLUB rrcKINOB I W> 7 BATUBUAV MOBHIHO DKCtk 

mrni and nroigblon 8ire»i« December Jl Phone F 1425 Esumal#* given ! 1 "i*™ Jinnera or U. p !r. ■ ,.r- URA NOR YH AND R YUJB rrCRINOP I „ a ... 

• ME. A4B»m£ Wr RFfreahmenU t NV TYPE OF TRACTOR WORK MELLOR BROS a CO 11447. LTD ^ 1 or J h.,u«. d.llv Dm A3n B | fR.C» ! ' rU, % ..c® *. ".V rngrlved 

........ A...* B A Ploughing - backfilling 4l» Bvoughlon Biros mM 0*0*1 |J DOLLARS TO l» DOLLARS h.'* Heaerd Phr.ne H ><7J 

f'mnw*’ 2Srk!nJ *tVb?r rt, rultVng ,, ' , Vow , #V & 1 f\ 1,1 Vm ^ ,l °ulU PAltU SUPPLIED I * ' < r ',^ /m” to °* V,EW ron * LTMITED FKIUOD 1 OFT MONDAY MORNING MY l -At 

umr, ^.V^elm^t n« P °* ,, .$I0 G W DECORATORS - f 6414 1 H4P ^ , * BW '° * m »“ * »> « | AT lj .equlred M men a b( 

““ J _____ — - - — - AUJERBGN'S PICTURE QALLEBTEB llc.eer r ,- . • 



4pm Admismoo 7M- Refreah menl, 

13 WANTED— MALE IIEI.F 



ALL FORMS OF INTERIOR AND 
EXTERIOR DECORA TfNO 
MELLOR BROS * CO 11447. LTD 
Broughton Btveet Phon# O 4031 



MCCALL BROS 
•Tha Floral Funarai B«aC 
Phan* O ardec Mil 



| OST UN SAIUIIDAY IH THE NKIOI 

• i bnurhovo of the rryuai Oafitei, 
a Midn mnunir.l on muiri-fort wet 
watch li found #i>i>li in W ilaan • 
UrClurr f.vv cuetd 

I CRT BAlimiiAV MORNINfl DECK* 
1*. ktl 

*rl*t watch vscril n*IS<* engraved i 
III. Hi a. it Pin. ,, e M >4*J 



DODB WORTH On Decemher 31 1647 at 

Kina a DauahUrs’ llotpital, Duncan « C. Pf 10 "* « *°** 

there passed away after a ahoel Hfnv*, 0 < fl _ .-hauel Corner Jahnao* aon 

William Philip l»d*wro r th. aged fir* om “ ,Da VanaTuveT aVrewu 

year*, aon of Mr and Mr* William IV>.1»- — ■ 

worth. He leave* to mourn hi* Ins*. DC PUNKKAi. CO iHAYMaKOSi LTD 
neaide* hi, parent*, til* iitier. Mary E*t*bUahad 1447 

hi* grandparent*. Mr and Mrs J Bour- ModoraM Charge* Lady Atuodam 

get. of tht* rtlv, and Mrs M. A. Dod»- 

worth. Vancouver. HC 334 Broughton Straw* 

Interment In Mountain View Ceme’err. Phon* E J5I4 

with R»,. Onliahily of final Hi* Funeral 

wa* held from Da via Funeral Home. Ire- 



\ CCOUNTlNO. 
biislnrss gull 



*i»N Tjgfltvnv WANTED ACCOUNTING BOOKKEEPING AND 1-** ****** _ * L'OHHAD I i (.1 I ABLE WOMAN. GOOD PLAIN 

MEN UROKNTI.Y ANTED ^‘uineai truidAneo for amall buatnease* I F^ntiM ana DocurSim* r< “* " ,,,t HK ganUtmar. 

I *OR wriRK AB POWFR RAW OPERA- | Uo'lk, *et up ur k*n» pert time or month | r* nun# ana uecuraune . | or elderly couple Bos *145 Cnloi-.l*- 

■* r bn Th* ■ l Logging • '• '•■ r 7>07 ma OF PAPERS THAT ■ OM in i 4 XFINFD young lady nniiRgR ~a 

School gives practical !r*ln.r,g •• fallow* t . , ur » i Nt . a*iijsri irim dudes paoer B )tu7 D Smytha lv *...L , A 



camber 37. Il*t 



rUOMBON FUNERAL UuME 
Aitabiiaheu Hill Formerly of Winnipeg 



RC, LOOOINO POWER SAW 
SCHOOL 



P WCAW Al^ Bt.^ JoaepU* Hoapltal t ° f n i ~ *£*‘7! “7.“' VICTORIA SCHOOL 40* P..gard B* | « MFhndr Bok « VI f nlontot 

rtDunead 



* RMY VETERAN HAH 1 DAY8 WEEKLY } 

* available lor gardening Esrellenl 



- rkperlenre 



Decemiiof 34. 19*7. Grace Egungtno 
Dunran belcved wife of Hrbgrt f*un »ii 
of 1144 Rlrliardaovi Street. She wa* 
born In Brut land and h*d vended In 
Vlrliirla lor Hie p*«l «d veer* The late 
Mrs. Dur.ran leave* to mourn, bealde* 
her husband, one daughter. Mr*. A 
Howard iQiscd Jon-** at home and 
one granddaughter, a loo three tii'rrs 



1434 Quadra Biraot 



Phon# O 2411 D4 , , nd Nlfh , Classes 



Utmtllb 



and Night Claeses Pl.on* O 67*1- - once bv •t-sevvlremao. FaUmates given 

Vanrttuvtr B» Main Bl. A 1 I K: M rS UP Hit K K !• ; r ■ 

erne • n rV*7' r , M ,r | A U. TYPES OP CONCRETE WORK 

i • Fouudalton*. basemen* floor*, drive- 
KI'fltirvcKt) MARRIED POULTRY- \ CBMOX ICTI. (IARDIN8 rUHJaHIO. I ( |y| »'.lea*lk» And *»4>'ic tank*, at* 
I. . ..7- A dl«ed, bark-milr.*. genpral hauling mine Dryr, A- Smith It 4153 



cryen ce nr<“ Women to wash polish vacuum 

LL TYPES OF HOUSEHOLD REPAIRS and eei.erailv clean Up v«ur linen** fur the 
and malnlenan,# eaperrl* o..,,>* at f»»t|PUIc». Cottrteoo* eervire 

e bv aa-tervlremao. EsUmale* pnn 1 M'«»» n e-iuipmev,t. d.v or nUht Call * he 



LL TYPES OP CONi RETE, BEWERB 

and TILE DRAINS 



Mr*. Dur.ran leaves to mourn, bealde* . * LL BRANCHES OP FLORAL AnT - makiiikd POULTRY- V CBIAOX UJTB, OAEBEMruiUOnou, sidewalk* and *ri>'K ta*-ks. 

bvr hither, ii one daughter Mrs A /\ Funer* pifie,*" it«e v Un.g‘ e : . N' I . , - • ‘ I * 

sr*^rjL, j ~.-L*‘«srL.r - ■.y.r’sg. %?•«&> «■- »»> --_J , ... m 

Ur. r HiMi.v.i. M * . I) A, re me n * LL Floral Warg ArUOUraUy Da* Ig Ik *v| ‘ ’ _____ A CRXAUE OARDgMB OR LOTS A a I,r ° . 

virr.,r,a. a ad Mr. iie..r,e Nu'tal. In .\ y, , • nor flower* Rrwwn a Victoria | » * !•* ft iem I.* 

Eastern U B , and »lt brother* J*m»* .1 N,ir»en*s. «l( View G MIJ, O 3511 I 1 * m ,.„ Aytdv Faria Mai.ager J, M Elec k 16*4 Bhakespeaeo Nt g 7MJ , JOHN HUNT -PHCJHK B 1479 

‘\"rt”nL"w "in "Ti*V FUJRAL DEHKINB .1 tow., p. re. V ” H > J “a NY TYPE OF TRACTOR W. -RF. . . 

Eaa'ern US. Bha wa* predeceased byiil N U Pollock. 1JI6 Douglas U 6.116 I .NULL TIME DELIVERY MOV FuR AU- *,* b'obkhlrg during 'eveliti*. back ,1 I i rt e,r Fkpr.ua HP )ob 

CPI William Bte, I . .«, •• ••»' •« r 



Mndern Mailt* H 1(4). day 0 70(13 night I 

»|iri‘l ' RU OFF ICE FOSmOH 

1 nt o *!&o 

rpWO II A HY- RITTERS FOR NEW YEAH 6 

I E.e Phone onu 

It 'ILL MIND CHILDREN NEW YEARS 
’ v Eve |n *n* own home lf,*e fun ►flow- 
ing V0*ir children are safe P 4431. 



74# rojrr mum 

~ThOOM W AXXDANn^ R if JSH ED 
Mr »i Reasonable Rat** Id rnwo- 
B 1712 after tom 



SEE US 
FIRST ' 

OR 

PYFEX 

GIFT SETS 

COLORED MIXING BOWLS 
CAKE PANS (rum 
TIE n.ATEB 
PERCOl.ATORB 



| He* ween Bpei xr, willing room and rten 
(.ff.r* I'rgenliy needed li.vvrd G *<H 

I OBT. MONDAY. l»N FORT B ETWEE 
I I* DnuglM e no Broad P»er*h*f I* »ma 
1 l.lark and Dlier montain l»eu Child 
■ Christina* gill B )W! 

I I • •„ 7 BMAI4 ROOK i 'H OOVRRHMBN 
I 2 View nr fVi'igla* Rt reels abmit 6 p ■ 
Un Tuesday Valm '« ownei only FtnUi 
plea** phon* 44 '43 

I COT BOXING DAY PAIR OF CHILD 
* 2 pink khall-rlmlned glakkei Rewat 
r )J4i 

I riHT MAVIW WIGHT WATCH Kf 
'li graved Itav OUffllh* Hood v 
ward O t403 

I nvr PAIR LADY'S NEW Uf AHhFJT I 



UP 1 rm PAIR LADY 74 NEW Ul ABBF! 
m , ,2 rave between llelln/ksn llciad 
N*natmn E 47*7 Raaaril 



MACDONALD'S LIMITED 

lUhlnawarai 

•The more That Eervire Built " 

1131 DOUG LAB (Corner View i 



PAINT 2# SI RRING INI) row A. 
,r K g77i LERCFNT ItOMF.S 



lha Flrii (lint Wit *h, »M * I ■* COMING I M NTH 1 1< • •• i - r»r bright lad. FM4M a TTEJfTlON FRUIT "TREES HEDGE* - 

' n ,° n r J . . . . Md'U f'"' »J’7 Cb!.".ut A near,, thrun* A KYT1IINO is BRICK WORK CHIM 

I a HEW y f a l n EVE FROLIC — Ll"X- <TU«>V. MA*. i . : , ,a > .1 after * p „ I" -I ,,eys ar.o Crep.a/e* Ball* ov repaired 

• 1*4 the TV A. and the Mabel Burnett A ton Hall. *ponaorod bv th* BC FKo- ^ °mr Ri*»m Laundry 0 4523 I * i.L UNIK OP WORK VETERAN* R * #il 

Fu?,U?.l se.vtras . .11 h. held i« xterall Ooverbiwehi Employrai A*»oc,a .. Lynj, man OR WOMAN WITH AD- ‘ * r,,r ln Y* •••t end. OA4J4 115*77 1 . jjrickLAVIR- BUILD AND REPAIR 

mZZSZ? aSS" AW no ,rt Wer,ne.dM ^rlr^Vram”'.^ m'* Mra B^ a. Pf Of" ^ ^n, aap.u^To ... YOUR OWN MOVER * FT X -3 CT A four Ch.nme, and hr.pl., e .035 

afternoon at 1.45 o clock. R»v II A. Me- r y, r ,i ra Kverybody wgleotn* G J4i* fur PAP' 1 off** - Reply ii oan nandwntii.g I) (urnit'i'e van with driver 47 per, . LTCRA7IONB - Building aod repair* 
bTbi iSJL' OO ' B*uruf P.Vk •»« ' «• »"• •••! jnourjn " *• . ,r- 



COMING EVENTS 



j i" gin-i uiiinea f-r bright lad. Plaaae » TTT.74T10N F7it;iT "mryii 

apply fink 1334, Coionut 1 *\ ruse a, tfiruh* vboutd be liimmed « NYT1I 



hould be trimmed s NYTHINO IS BRICK WORK - CHIM 
after 4 pn B d .4 ; \ r , evj atiti Brepiates built of repaired 



epRENTHAM CONVAt TF'TrNT HOME 
I Oahrlnla (aland BC Ura R Mulme 
R H 



1,000'*— 1. 000'*— 1,000's 



I r iST ON dlRlBTHAd EVE IH ARC Af' 
•2 r,a ||r> -,,rai man* new ntowa. oven «i# 
WUI fliarter pl« *«• • all ► 1 74# Peaard 

I OBI MDTB WIGHT WATCH I.IN 
, I2 b a se between tan bh„k V#in>*' 
j ver Btv,», a >tl ell* Reward Phone G *4* 

I r ,1 i f AH 

■ *2 Rlielbaiirne and Cadburo Ha* R"* 
G 73*1 



s « Ol All gua/antewd Allthv I OBT SUNDAY DOUBLE HOW O 

DC un R tiuime li Keet-vake from England In 



PERSONAE 



A OENUINK PRA HUE - 87 VLB OLD-TIME 

DTBHER 8-idilenty. on TJwremlwr 3* 1*47. dance, atari Saturday nUht. •« (he 
Mr* Florence Dl.her. of Itma Oovern- AudHoflum the llarvr*tera 



%\»AN'TED~ FIRST -Cl ABB OAK k>)E ME- f ?' 
»V rhaniv *t un rr Mint l:e *"''1 Apply 
Baanlrhlon Gar»# r Baantchton PO 



furniture van wun dr Iver 43 per , » LTYRATIONS — Build. rig and repair* 

' 1 " .\ r „n t . *pecl .try 1 rhirk*H 1 Ml* 

' ' ‘ ' TrW \ l 1 CARPENTRY gVnERAL HEPAIRB 

l.,v,. fut) Cm# nr fiart Urn* Hi« 4731 _\ d -„r. T i m ork gua-aideed n JJ*A 



• trat hll* 35c tach, 3 for *1 44 

BC SOUND AND RADIO SERVICE 

#31 FORT STREET E 4731 



and revrert work, guaranteed R 33*4. 



men I Street The late' Mr, Dt -her I**,#, OrrhMlr. ttyour a..ur.nc# of grmu mu*ic | l, *« n ' rr,lar ‘ ((•'.#' n.anci. ■ n , a vrn rytotloll TNG AND fX)WnPlPEH JO,t ,ILr HRAINB pt„ #0)5 or , rlt. F O Bo* 6)1 

to mourn her lo** on. daughter. Mr. • na • 7 •«•_«! \\ ANTEIl GOOD rtllNChE CHEF ^ ! ..V ,'h „ ,.h he *' v n,rrh - 1 n, " , ‘ 

W Hartnell, of 613 Ohed Avenue. Vic . bvu. vu* «r wv a nawr-w anrii. w ’ * Apt morning* be' »/-*' l| and 1.1 " , , .... •- w».. ........ ...... /-u,u 1 



\ LCOHOf.fC8 ANOHY6IOUB — RKACOH . 

Mill Cha;,*r Confidential inform*. I RIMftFR SFWING MACHINE 

tlnn and advl.e <a alrohnltr. Phot* tm p-TwT* n al 1 C/ C n ' ^ C 

nlra 4035 wr writ* FO Bo* 6)1 1 COMPANY 



W Hartnell, of 613 Ohed Avenue. Vic- . 
tnrla H.C fmir dsler*. Mr, fi Birk- \ 
nelf. Mr* O. Hnwman. Mr* F P WUam, .V. 
*!1 nt Vanrouver BC and Mr* It Shan- l '*' 
• ban of California. Y>o *r*ridchlldien. 
several nie.-», and napbgvi 
Funeral service* will he held frr.ifl It.# . 
Curry Puneral Hrme rh'» marrying •• It 
am. Interment In the family pint Rosa .. 



\ NEW YEARN" EVE DANCE BOOKS » » APv motnlng. he'e/e. 1 1 and 1 
I nmmunltr Hall. Wednesday, Dec If. ™ Ma/y » PrlOQ. 444 Dougla* Sure! 

IMn lng 14 ' Ketnp*ftl# ' ,, ANTED MAN W.Ili [eiNKAY TO 

Aflmi»*knn, II M per |wr»on B-roke Dranrn. ,,, , vt'Drai ten in, her Bn. 

C •••■dian Drtmi giyt , 



■ i cleaned repaired and ,e» 

' naitmates given Nttae K J440 



M HU'RIAYER - Finr,PI.ACEB CHIM 
rey* de-lgred built nr repe’fkd Batik 



726 V A TEB B7, 



NEW YEARS XVE DANCE AND 
fruits, in. hi in rebaret A few table 



nal Cemetery, ilth Bev Oeorg. B,dd‘e rZ^Toua'^ r * 0C< “ ,U<>M •Mfr. Sheer- Lm 



Y’OUHCI MAN JA-H WHOLESALE WARE- 
• hnu** •t.'pptikg <4om Apply ro 



IVXAIT TYI'lirr ANY FORM COPY ’ 7v.ning* I \ M ^ llj 1u , AT ' ra *. Bewldf bwaea 

I * « Odd Darani ti .an • _ - — — - * Tart ta*lli<4 relief f,n*p arid India** irong. ate Luma and a> 

I ► UILDINU CONTRAtTOR W ARRF> Hun ••■ dMurhence#. hrartburn, rer‘ 0"* I 
i,miwi BUCK I. NO AND WARDING | \ t Aferavinn# repair, re -unr *f«maeh a.rir.c hyper, iumv. Mowl- — ~ 

mi*, a# • ( *in.,i 'wc al#" wimmI • -it — 'r g o; bati-rni.* r-UI (WPli Blm' sfb Tah- .1. 11 a 1 n nu 6 *iV6 



nftirlaitng. _ T-T. ' ■ 

- - — I AN ANNOUNCEMENT - al EWARTB 

OIIJXTT At Bt Jn.eph"* Hnaptla! nn *» OM-71m*f» annual New Year frolle _____ 

■ ..her » 1447 J.me* Barren Oillati •IRn*al Oak. 41 64 ' npe» . . 

“ f Hw«/atl^l%»?' C iiwSK?a ,a ina lr 2' A ■ W T ES OLD-TIME OAIH-E EVERY! • "I 

ra.l?enVif Bo^k.^ for*.. * e‘.r.^ M.".e2.eV ' 0, * nU% 

hi* wife, two daughter,. Mr* V, | |*« lh* Atcad* 'Broad and Vi*wi ."T™' 



III1LP WANTED 1 —One p--«. N, Hour or eon , «.s m-ui-i e\ na«- ( . VOID KUBJ1— UMliBI, '4 auvatv- 

- (reel Phiin e y *61 I And • Cloud Job Every Tim* )9 Ingtnn Pa-kard alrctrl* shavers rw- I , tf# ol m , cfcrutma* ( .p«clBl on 

J.-UR O^ER AND FlNinnm CAPARIE 1 HVER TIGATOR tXPI RIXN. ED CIMf' I rhf ., . rAOT . KALUBKI B 3414 !r^' fl bv b W-^« U V^no?^* 8frvPi* r “ M ^ r ^\:^^V*nlo.7aTn v^«( l Joyra"? 

I «( glvlrsi .•(imaie. »n remodala and I Tr-r empV rmer.t OAFlrPO 1)45 11. r A, cr.ua hour. Complete *),a-k« of gleet rlt *ha**r* 2"V L* h, 2 2?!* fprlWin’merV 

Ap ply Bm 7174, Cwl.n-I.t tn % wk In»*l HF ••»U'*<1 «4JG.« P*v avenue »,,a,. 0 r|e t MsCall-Daver Drug C« Beau'Y_Bal#iri rMH W atwett tnrui _ 

-= I' • •’*' < :■• •• I Dougla* aod Pandora Phone B *431 s LI TYPES O# BEAUTY CULIURE 

kNTF.n ET.MALE HELP \IEN for' OHET FI-ANNEL PANTS p c7 1 N n a 7 1 rt n 8 A TTENTION- INTERN ATlONAl INVER 'J "»rf warra W'fh'n* 

^ •'■ *• OM BA* Talldf tie. d, tn waar ,,r Seotla f.nk! A TfOATlON AGENCY LTD Ytctaria aj**TftiE U 1U Vr^n*. Mwutv 

IHIONER OR VITfIMN 8 WIDOW aim pleat, and etpper* 411 44 THU •* mV ,.,.^.#.4 'x'glna' and bonded deuetiv# ageprv I " ,,U _ 

,n roum and h'kard «o br mm- f*al Kng"*b flannal Oak Bar Tailor TT35A AOhe'en with American Detective Ager-.rtea » L -y NOW FOR OUR TWO FOIL OWE 

a.ul r.re fnr aged t*d> Ph- re ryg* Bar Aveuwe r •ml*ra * A Underwood F >791 111* Broad Street Open T1J. • w m A .peclal* In permanent* and rold wav* 

r particular* \ I ARR1RD MAM Cl ARB A t.JrfMF / * ARPEN7 ft V »VD orNEHAL REPAIRS PHONE f >441 ___ N-w Rav Beauty Bhop. 41u Pint flt O 3444 



a ,d small doi ke, ,-ni i!m> 
after 4pm 

■ ,'Ai.i.Dtu. bucring\jiv 
-O ne-man p«,)i W« 



Phon* t fk’b 



MP9R CXTTINO 
w Hour or awn- 



Apply But 7*14, Cwlunlat 



Brandon of Ylrtori*. and Mr* J A . y COt WOOD HALL- DANCINO EVERY 
MarKenal* tn Vaneouvar fir a bin . \ «.t, lfdtr ... n lna 4 to 11 Mr* h *" 0- _ 

Jnhn J. A nilUt. nl F4trbrlrig. - Farm Bmurr ,., VrhV.Ua Adml.aion \ PBNHION1R OR VrTYflAN 8 WIDOW 

Brhonl Duncan. BC -ilea a bfaiher 4 \ given nun and board «o br com 

Bianlev Olltatt. In England A N At NEW YEAR B OLD-TIMT: FRuLIC p a „|„„ and r*,e fot aged lady Ph r< 

Funrral from Hayward'* B C, Funeral, .' V .1 Royal Oak commuofiy Half, with K 407" for particular* 

Chapel an Wednesday at 11 am Infer- fttrwart » nid-Timvr* 

men! fa Co lwood Rurltl P*rk ' J ’OOK IfuUBEKEEPER • 

— A BAHREI. OP PUN NEW YEARS EVE , itrong and healthy, for iemi-l'»y*,i. 

HANCOCK duddenly on Decemt^r 2* 1947 • » at Royal Oak with B'ewart * Old-Tlm- elderly i*,i and ».iu!‘ »o Nn *1 'eryaln 



14 WANTF.n— fT-MAl.F. IIF.I.P 



Mnvoailgwlfon vvt In'egrlly ! 

I Bo* •>•», CulOBUt. 

\ t r HEY F7-A' 



•aoNoitriK nrw Efts, drains 
mt Bnrk BlaiUng Tub Mrrtct 

And a Good Job Every Tima 

Phone PAIR. EALURKI B 3*1* 
2)45 oak Bay A, rr.ua 



• Wa hav* a wnndarf jl aelertlwn at Chrtit- 

\ t IlAIIj 70 LAT) litAL GENUINE tntg gtfta Sewing bu*r* cabinet*, aprona. 
fast toallKt relief fiiur and India*# iron*, ate Cum a and as* lot yourself 

Hon diMurbance* heartburn, r #• , 

->»ir *tn#raen aarirfc tiype-, lu'iy. fifoab* ~ - " — ~ 1 ■ ~ ~ s 

'to beirtm.g with CRvid«i< Tin- ,1* HAIRIIKENSI KN ANI> 

ie, . )*n t.'.iet* f. nn tar. y*nir<* tj m ndi*i»a»ona»o *ar,»e 

45 t*' ie 1, 11 no All drug and drug d*- III. AIT V SPECIALISTS 

parimrau 



•* l-earl. Ken-, at' rrem Kiitiann 11, 
aard 0 2765 

| i,«T SATURDAY, STERLING Rlt *"• 
■2 l*pe| pin green tirkner value 
liaepaake r jvjt Reward 

I 1 mi III Al K AND WHITE < ' X 9 ) 

1 1 2 spaniel-terrier »roe», "Btlrpy I 
| "nr» 1MIJ PJlOfie B 1524 

I ON3 ZIRCON RING REWARD PRO* 
I# 0*484 

I OB7 BY WORKING MAN 44* ON AA 1 
• 2 urdtr n.nrnit-g Reward O *1** 

I OBT A BE7 or CEMENTING TROW 
1 2 ri« Phono R »»« 

U PWARD FOB INFORMATION LB A DIN 
f re Ihe rei-orerr "f one blark G1#» 
|»*nr-e aly frote k Ifvag and phnn U*t see 
e#iri»*r Yale, and Dmigla*. Chrieima# oon 



4 LL KC'lilUR BIIAVKMACnEH REM 
#» 1n*tn#i Pa-kard alrctrl* sharer* ta 



eorntr Yale, and Dongle*, Chrinma* mo 
In*, n too* 



VOID RU8II-LADIEJ5. TAKE ADVAN- 
I age of my Cbrutma* -spaclal on 73 



U fYPIS Ol BEAUTY CULIURE. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 






f'WO A GKETI rvnrrKNDENT At 
" f praleer of real prnperty. #uce*evlr 



#,.<n ••>#• Bicjm duty, fnauranee lrr#.im»ni T"1 Unin 

pvrmanerU 112 VWw Vcurwa MwnG 1 Building. 412 View gtree- Ph#ma *7*4 



3K- HOUSEKEEPER AO 4 ABOUT 55 4 5 1 eaj.eften.e dnelng 

•irong and healthy, tor •emi-"<ra"d \ rhauffeurlng Bo* (214 CulimMI 



’ Work guaranteed, Immediata aerric# 
Aim small paint )oba. O 1034 



AO! lad with Amer(r#n Deteettve Agenrlea . . L -j mqW FOR OCR TWO- FOR, ON* BABY IGCMI.IRT* 

MU Broad Siree. On-n Hi. 4 om A .poclal. In oerm.oenU and mid w.r# T _. Jfl . -,.»-rv am 

PHONE f 3*41 fg*w R*. Beauty Bhop. «Ju Ft. it flt^O 3444 F raaTlMeratur 

A 8PEC1AL GIFT FOR BIRTHDAY OR^ vo-LBTTF. BEAUTY BALON B 1*53 and informaH,,#, Bltnlf* E.ana 1048 YJa 
- Chrlarma* for Mum or Dad gl*a them 4 , «, T „ ow , Atrart K 1743 



sr.^r, f . ^;r ,nr ,n ‘— • ^ 

wood Runo i ran Chkmbvr of Commerce tournament start* * *OMP ANION -HQUBEKEKPER AGED 40- .* n rrl , M r« uiMOVfn STUMP 

frrw *1 the lineal Jubilee Huiollal eiuV*"6*f *• Bn try form* available at 7 j#y. no fan-'ly fra mu* He an. 'able 'I * n SM 1 M»4 rr NTVMy 

Decemher 14 ll*7 William I « a#*dtUi**or> • Ll»tl# A Taylor Waller Walker end fond of ehudrei m-.de,n h-me every ; J blaai ing Hnwee saw t 4JJ4 

7*reer* f of 1207 Blanal lid Aire.i V* *#vn. Wh'lnry". and Vlr.oe*a Hat Pn. eeineemellee el.we lo IranavnaGo,. Hew 

l.e’ wn Vn TRglBiS til BM ^ raided MY Infnrm.lton phone B 34)4 er 07104. O .514 

In Victoria for th* WB »• Te»r> The I* DANCE - OLD TIME . , ABiriER rLFRK FOR CALL OFFItl 

late Mr low la giirvlyed hv And brg / 'ItVFTAI GARDEN il.OWFHt. BATCH ’ amt general «'III«w work ry re ueed I, 

fher Oeorg* and ‘•" ,| ^ , rt. Nellie [j g„, Hume. leader* Orrheetre tOr e.<e> # 4-iMIC Biaudaid A'ewm laundry 
and Eltaabelh all In England aleo thre*, __ e*> V t/w m 



Phnee E RIO I 



tULUJOZING LAND CLEARING AO A' 



of dla- ■* building eiravaftng and baetfHIIn* 
opeuirt E 1147 and Belmont 00R 



aunalile *•»»,_ 0 3*14 

| , ABirtER CtfWK FOR C ALL OFFICE 



' and general elflne work ttha p*ed 10 
niesti .g public. Biaudaid Bt*wm Laundry I 
•41 yew at 



nephew*. Including Gordon A I. Hoeklr. • v A NCB OLD-TIME AND MODKnn 

of Penllcton BC and 4hewm niece* I f ,»,,, Ratutdar CCF Hall 457 Pan ( •APAB1 K YOUNG WOMAN 

Including Mr* Grace Rab* at Weal. aeeniea 4 a m (M moll ' n.i« 

new, RC. He wo* a rereran Of fh* - -- 

Great War I vSTREI-LfTAJI NTW VI AH 8 EVE 

Funeral aerylre* will he held (n Me li parly OK 8 Hall. Redfc— 1 Rlree* 

Call Brother, Floral Funeral Chapel nni<-»ni* >.,rt hare • good dm* B'lops- f*r- 
Frlday morning at 14 Jfl evrlork Inter g p m Admiieloh II »« O Til* 

menl will be In tb# Tolwood Burial Park 0 4611. F. 4J16 _ 

51(6108 A* Virtar'a RC, on Doreen- I IjWJR THE BEST IN MUSIC CONTACT 
bev 24 1947 Mr, I.urille M-A'ser eg-. I I n-r- . tv--.. « 9041 

r^laSwir. w: u ^ 7**£* 

-eaident of VlefwCa for two monlho V New Yea# • K*« denfl* Aasn'rhlrm 



ROCK HIARTfbG - C"OH<'HrriNi| 
BFWrrt AND DR A TN tvSTALLATtON 

A J BARR 
O 6142 



|,vm IIEI AIKS AITTRATIONF MOD- a RTIETTC ARt) MODERN PICTUH2 SUPF.HVIBION FOB FHO»' 1 2 mXDOZfHG LAND CLEARING AO A' 

' err.i»ait.)fl of » , '-rs». ret'anranta. etc, .9 framing Man? tlviaa 4o cho#'## frnn I - . Prrmanen, waeee ot dla- •* bwllBlM sgeavattng and bartflljln* 

(•II Vh'tor’a W«iKt, raft GflMl O. 8 2698 1.4 DIOO<)/s -tr.ri’ou kr iM Ar"!." tyelAln r 1M7 and R.lmom 44H 

LMR 1 ARP ENTRY AND GSNERAI RE k LARGE 8E1KCTIOH «*F BUKTINOH K,*.sr HteRAInt Phone FPI59 | ( AWIvrT wokV 

• pair W e , k r*tl ftandrman G2I64 •» anew, lit- ruale ,n*( *ste R'Of* (agiuCR'8 RfAUTY SALON 743 VIEW - _ 

I viMrni ATM .riTtmr.. rr. *^y Ai ttr '' p D.M4I Ik aireet F 4432 fo. appnfntmen,. l.-nCTIBN r AB |Nrr UNIT - CUHTOM 

j .era "no. or r.n. \ F •ASTON I >f rfTTI AN WIU.BE ^TYLKC'REST BF.ATfTY SALON - Bl^ 'I.d.vMuM ^G^bn'.R ^.nd’ bj 

drawn P R Nulttvan' F MU "*• ‘h VIFtOrl* J*flU#r? 2 Aapmr. • 1 g-l«JlKtr,g In oesmanen,* ard sold .tailed in your boms haesms-t rs-rs* 



UMFOIATK ATTENTION TO ANY AL 



i viMrn 

I ter#' 



CABfNFT WOBB 



•>10 -i-o Tl-e. 4* jest 'fittest r 4432 fo> aapnfntvns,.,* I 'IT CRB* CABINET UNIT CUSTOM 

\ r •a*JWh wrrmAj wiitrf. ^vttlbcrebt beauty salon - bfe- P^^m!", ".V (S 

-»• .n V tel url* January j Aapmr,.- CN rU ||„„, )n oesmanen,* ard .tailed in y«ur home Baeemsr.t se„,a 

menl # p F 5727 __ waving R 1231 lion room' pra-tl-al hnm* and effle, 

A MA * W " A "' ’"’"'I r T 7 ■ ANKNT WAVE T^r js ‘o''r. r ,. n ' r,'-ir 

■ \ me, deed spwusd Beirretfllk Fa's. | #p# . (# ro , (f e h |jpn r na.tdhpen .O' F431 

B e, -r- reneee* _ s K 4141 *»• -reerrer' I/' ITCH BN rABINFTS A>ote Ft 

tLTB ntUBBEJt ELAATTC HOBI KR Y b-( ^, ,„ |r |\ bul „ w , our gpocIReatlOM Vaeiet- 

'<■’ •- ' " Wood F-odurr. it* unti'ie.i n i*j3 

Nares In aftendanr* r„, ladle* vpNtf-AnT BEAUTY BALGN Kk.BUA.l~ . 



i •APAflLR VODNQ WOMAN FOR G6I62 

' mi. hsr . help *f,tvnnon and din- 

*er. 63& Phene O |MA | _____ ________ 

1,'XI KRIFNCED PKRJIGHNrr REQUIRED n*’’ ru , Mfg, * wti nftng A YO«r 



I i ln» sls-isal *l#itng'atihi> anil typing 
imallleme and nperatlon of kneik keeping in. 



RBGJ.UTK BATlEFACTl'lK OI1AKAN 
1 ies,1 Ws Offer me be*' ih ma-eelal 



I A 7 HARGREAVES CARPENTERS 
*" joinerv f)s» pnme* t*p#ir* Fcttmal** 
• 7724 Belmont A.srus RII56, E *244 

VBW homes! ALTER ATfONB And RE- 

■ «'** given fl E Ws'.t 

miner Phone It 1262 



ishlns Pnailleiua nffes pstmenenl emiloy- '•« les«1 W» »ff*r be#' 'I- m* 1 

menl fi.s-il*, w*sk smjiiovea w*tf*r# hew and #wrkmai,eR1p Our pfli s, ere ,ee 
• file and ini|M,ii"ni(v for ortvan- emsnv* *bi# our aotk U #M*n lni»r>nr o, 
Ai'otli ant* must t-e •Inal* befeeen « #nef leGo* Brash *r «• *T nalnung Kel," 



l» *1 O n I c. 9161 POH GUARANTEED Do„«ta, g'res, al Johnson 

• -oohn* *iih*i redar «hlne>a aaahalt 



Rorvi.ed bv her hukhand and opa d.-.gh 1 Atrlsutluraf ff.fl Lev J/,*>n*nn .64 hi » or | .wxPKRICNCED PANTRY WOMAN a 
ley Mv • Fite of taeattl# W*»h -heat,* Dancing from ■* ml ’ Midnight I , BtYaihi on# Cafe R 4441, #» 

Thi -e/Pwtu- wttt bo fur*a.^4 io fW LkPS.. M * .umtnrR. wa. m* AXIS Tc ” 



,R,AF.per(o ,Ad « "»» _ 



attle. wher* funeral «wrvlrw and toterment Tate* nir*»i ' neat «o TVa-Ton Tailwraj 

will take place The Thomson Euneral ~ .... . . 

Ilnvna have rharge of tha arrangevnente Cl CK F1H-OCCG OPEN FOR RENTAL 



4 I PAPER II* 'OR OH 

1 * • •" H "* *' ' 1 *' ' « * r " ^.Tt'CCO W'lftK , fX'Vt— KHONE *342* I ) AH V R PHOT Of* SPECIALIZED WORE Rank nf NulldlwB ' ••* »* M1»W 

l/XPERID- "F71 WAlg3» ik'Ri. Afl.4 T- '• Fh«a C2 7 m I Vt.-WFX BEAUTY RAION * 

*2 (,f.e G ood ref erence* #01 Cou- nev B« p,, u nn(j iMabli.fied 2fl >,iii Asms ,'ot^(G MAN 14 YEARS lofTU) LIKE 2 4HILDRKN BOARDED, IN GOOD IGOR Yfl* Broughton Rtrwet— tllll 

\ g lIiGl.tAi ,*(> ( Cr U r A N I O NUT P , INfufktnr* T garter E #773 or I 14U* 1 j„ rri g* r *g, R 1724 I' tv* Bom* 21 oa* d*». Pboo# •iat-oom 



NEWMAN- At the Royal Jubilee Hmit I] meeting*, wedding reception# a: 
tat on Dacomber 14 1447, Lau»e Jane „. nrM catering oar .peeta'ty 

Newman, aged 44 year*, beloved wife 

at EYoderlrk II NttrKian of 9-M Queen* DARCIWO 

*»!"“• . Wednesday and Friday. 79e par paraow 



wf Frwdevtsk Jl kmun of 882 U ■,##«» E 

Avenue Bh* w*a born lit England and end 

had re* triad In Victoria for the pa*t 2f, Wednesday and 
tear* Thd late Mra Newman leave* to Baturday 

mourn f>er Iwaa. he»l«lea her husband, one laclu 

eon. John, at horns and thrss dau«h ' Phone B 91! 

t#T». Ulu Violet at home Mr* A FtaleB infrrmailm 

of 3187 Browning Street and Mra T tnfarmauoi 

taahr of 1411 Chestnut Hireet. alw j- _ , 

brother* and alatar* In England 1 I ABon B mmaa 

Funeral aervlee* will be held in 54*Ca»> ** «*»**F 21. 6 



CICK F1R-OCCO GKTN F OR RENT Al % | IDDLI- AGID ( OM P A R 1 O H-BBLP , P*bb ftOG T |*>M. E 4773 or 4 ibb* 

H ALL sun ABLE PGR CONCERTS CLUB *91 a anted for sl#l#,iy lady In Oa4 » „ ATTRACTIVELY DICORA1 ED 

meeting*, wedding f*<^ptlon# and n.» Scour preferred Lfghi hnuyewnr* .‘\ ____ „ ou - »Av#fti»*ment 

dance* Catering our *perl#t1y in mom tor reunion**, * horns and small w , , a gueuaa four painting 

DARCIWO tvauMfa'B# Bov not Olnnial _____ paperhangtn* atobiem* with «• E»*l- 1 

Wednesday and Friday. 19e o~ Parw*. V«AT HOUftEKEEfER WANTED. HOT «"•«•• **•«•»» Operator.. * 

(katurdav 41 It we- P*r-mw *«? Modem appll- . ROOM FAINTED. HEADY TO USE 



UELTB IWUSBEB El^anr HOFIFH ...oeeBwnwa hair , ■ » built la your (perincationa Vestal- 

1 » Fapenlv fitted Frieats filttn*-»mNV Wood F-odurt* 444 Wontraal O 1*23 

Norer fn aMsndans# f«> ladle* epR(J-ART BEAUTY BALGN KARMA I — ~ 

THE MODERN KHARMACY LTD I rf ,, t „ ,pe r | A) iv Ty. t surl* gfren I/'OBTGM KRAFT RPTCHEM KAHIWTl 

Dongla, fl, reet *t Johnson Elfgl M »ry Okwm I4:tt Enel 8lf**t F *2>4 "tnv* Ft«tof**-n#»tgnlng 

Fhao* Da* f *112 Night fl MVJ 

FENCING maibon iianrup 

W M , be, "SSEF? Phone 0 .742 CAB. VOBB7BE 

* ' iin'lift t *UO )9Mf*n4 In* /'••ft 1 |fl«i irark nlrfc -hi -ft 

forma.tof, 1432 Ft n Sirs*. • 1441 , OF LUXE BBAOTY SHOP mi „ - Wtorta A* to R.n-.i o Wtl 

la B-hommev and D roilt* Rawllnae" , . 

IkAHYR PHQrtOfA SPECIALIZED WORE Ra nk nf Toroniq Ro lid leg Pbeene K 7112 CAKTAnE AND D ELITE BE 

U 7 4T4 [ *U7tfJ BEAUTY KAIXJN * » . . • « r r, ,■ * * 1 « uiwr a. ui.w, 

e INIUJHI!. BGARPED 1 5 rNVJD „.UN \ 760 BrawgtlUHl Btrwet-Ellll M ^ ** ~ 

* is. nom. It p at dty Pboo. -etmont fj 1944 * *’ " f 



74# Broughton g.roet— tklll 



Saturday 41 24 per Psreww 
larluding Rupp*' 

Phon* B 9231 lor RevarvtUono 
Information II a m ta I p m 

A oatl 8 NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY UK 
c ember 21. 9 p m till ' 9«2 Owwam- 



-- over so jamrr oi age *«,.» eePH- . ROOM PAINTED READY TO UB1 

•n.e. Ykvti* del.l . Reference, vequl.ed , n to „ f hnarv o 9fd0n 1W for t..> 

ilk Ge nm ftekn rni RUlrv and OH-i re**.n*t,io price A.tl 

Rurch 15.5 O 8 . Lew .ton, Idaho. CBA. A •. 1, ftt ||| 

U Kl IAni 1 WOMAN FOR ~T tqq CAR ~ DEPEND ON WHEN 

mmher . h.H. v-d home bow'd and 4 <\ Br(<>n# , m>|r . , H| f(n rw , 



CONCRETE 

AIFD 

SEWERS 



<9Q Mr* Lavde 

I , MILD R r ARE SERVICES - OUARAN 
’ teed batvy (ttterw office I rt 14-4 R *412 



'mom and amaU vomaneeaiiwn 0 02*4 



Breiher. Floral Puneral Chap* I nn Fo ment Bt.-C Oanong nov.IU^ rvfvewn r., W o WArTHENREB •(» 
dar aftemnon at I in o rloo* Re* Oee«r*e menl* 41"" tempi# B f* 1 * i * Coaen Depm Oat tap Bl.ne 

Riddle arnnaung Inleement will bo Ie, i’EYI TEAR H EVE DARCE ARD FROLIC •* rv » •' Mrloan » Lid IF 
Itoyal Oak Burt#! Pat* A* tear b it* noNt-K mo cncu-w k ,| aMTI g . m and 10 

1 u t * .7 *( me James Itov Community Centre 



tl>* Jam** Has Community Centre | - 



Avenue between Ism and 10 a m 



paintiog decora Gpg ard n>rw* oat"»Jn« 
WANTED FOR Wtma'e* fre* W t Esrrletaf 

w ‘NF A„ptr In \ V AILAHIB NOW FOR INTERIOR DBC- 
1450 Pandora futlahla Fwlnfera Reaaen 

n " I** • labia rale* G I4A4 



w. HUNT — B 3697 



FAI MEINO •**(» MkATtMO 



7 5ARFTTS 


Dpnntmery Cleaned 


fo 


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Hem* De'erge, Omri 


R a 


1*2 


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TO REGINA JANUARY 


i 


S3* Dunedin Ptfeei 




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HOME PERMANENT WAVER5 

Girt* don't try and ■)*• Toora#)! a perm, 
• t home when (Re La Franc* will gira 
you a Rpr«E Peer fot the ***** price , 



THE DIME MESSENGER 
G 5334 

Delivery Oernea 
tight Deffeery of AH Kind* 
Pavrwl— Baggage— Ught Pwmttar# 



MATTTirwB halved awwy at (h. W4 nt-e*l at Dallaa Rewd t 1 > #' . ■ ,u PfTENT WOMAN T. „ riWO g ,, . ,, . 

. -'IV £ 'TA, rwwnbar 34 Ha try •f 8B«BI0B a Orrhewtra RefveahmenU, nm II t.slp otlh '•,• ol rhlldten Ilf# in Br , l0 , 

rEZEarra INta%St t»f OHIOa Dwnrtng • to ’ AdmiMlnn 41 »a#h -mfwMab.v 0*4 R.' vee-vont hows "**' _ __ 

Mallhewa born in Reoiem.^wa** an* _ Ge-* ware werv-en-es all njUTTERfNi . A fit BTIt f e 1 



I 'CXKMA ITCH PfLEB PSufUAKIB «r,*mn«e> shape *•• Bpray Perm ».. it fr* Oelfea* on Every Bi.se, fa um CHt 
■* Try fseoinre rjtmmeni fit Co'wwww, halt Why da H at home’ Pheoa 0 7443 On re a Day 

Btreat and all depaMmsnt drug ramtaa or rome into ^ paRDORA * VENUE 

rXIR CLBANEH WABHER~ USE' I TO 

r ra me* nor,,. a wf MARVERE BtTtJB II" LA FRANC* BEAl/TV SALON , 

,1. ,mr_Ne.l „«vr « MOa. Praw I / CaTWOtJC ELPFUBB 

I .TOR VA7CMEB JT^YBIRY. VTBTT / -r r — 



a raa, deni ol thm «•*; for the pa.t 00 u • ORTR WARD COMMUNITY HALL lUTrTui FhanW rTti* ^ 
T-.sa 'vv'den'e. 3jU Or.f>*m 8(r»e5 whpn. Ml. t WB- '••*r.l.l_ Phon# 0 73*# 

Bwsvtved Vr hi* wife Ra**b H ••home ^ YlW« or B ITT* WANTED MAN on WOM2 

and fhrse osy,h*e, Wllflem H «) _ 11 Tl 

Reettls Roherl L wf Cwwrfenay, *"d X" BW TEAR* EYE fHOUT UKt in 1 1 a»p. 

**anley nf Victoria *7' Rail, Hratr « CNd-Ttm* Orrhevir* 4144 l ,i a i| nl 

Funeral .ryfvea wflf b* held »n »N* „,y, itoii.nl, 

*1 nf th# Band, M0T1't»i- IM no 

Hdnemla- Dev.wyb.rl! |MN[» R-* VW YEARS 8VE DANCE AD49IBMOH tV'AJ 

Ovorgs Riddle will nfflcia'* Intormeot -Y «} seHypte r»e* 'unrR, *»i*ewuitt I • * .1 

In UM Royal Gab Burial r*rk e,t Umned ffWVd. O RJ4» ’O 5873 



\ com PtOMHfHO ft RN ACER I VOR WATCTtBB fEYEBUIT. YWTT 
• ' new or reysalra Ere* w*U*OA4g4. O J74# I r ln par, Blr ^, 

I/URNACt* REPAIRED AND I NET A 1 LXXX m Jnr ** w * ' 8IB8 ^8R# O Mli l 

* » r guaranteed Rhaw 8 Jm« 4 | 7|tirE IRpGRMA 7 GRfRE ft T 

5t#ta 1317 Wharf Street R 23*3 I' (nf Lor*, Rorkstf 8* Mere, moo. 



I.XjR WATCHES JEWELRY, VfBIT 
I E F*o„e, 711 Fort Rlree* 

212 J«n«a RgHBlna Phon* O FM 



LA FRANCE BEAl/TV SALON 

<M MUM, Fre# 1 

719 VIEW gf*m a/ 



PUkBTERINO AND STUCCO WORK , ' t * ,A >J‘ 7 J^» r » ® ,fr ^ * Jj ° 



O.orgs Riddle will • fit ••'••» 

In UM Royal <** Burial far* 



YIAR 8 EVE DARCE AORtfWSIOff 



\ %'ARTED MAN OR WOMAN WTTT1 (P- ,, j LONGMAN t 

e iml " T *’ " * " r ” ' ' - ‘ • ‘ • in* ep'i -In* 

"*** "“T. MO-v gffyre Replv tn own basgwrllt' g n>ota f 5804 
•* ,r ^ •• M f'aHrk# t nil I# H^vt 

nuiunotunn 

IE" * NTED— BELI ABt E OIB4. OR WOMA' 

oiaemaieta I * » ,a WKOfMr t bet# Meew >p a* Ml I 1 l THIfE • 

»0 M72 1 aJ- ftUM pot 



LORATGR FAINT 

>ng oaoe-nanwin* 



r ,v A TRFfEl Ji PLUMBING M HEATING 

(2 4408 



r.itrtrsuv 



, * gienf Dw-al Roc Sf* «e Htge, i«qe , 
if# MarYef %irse, E 877* af**f I w gl 

I NVtRTRLE MENDING 8 1221 1217 

r*e» Rrset 



LA FRANCE SEAf/TY SALON 

One Rail'd raid Wave, bwfena Ma/'Hfwe 
Rilling Masbfne's** ire Artf««esal Of Oil 



• NTED— BELlABl E GIRL OR WOMAH 



Fhn.a * 5*n« I. _ - V> IwilEtRG AHTEA -AGER I TO • OFEN Fern,, ner. Wa.'Og. wr ,ow mar nasa a 

* vUti-IROnmn ETVTc'r FAINT IRQ <’*'* r l 7 mkbbaoE day K JallHrT . u „ a,^. ,.m Fwr, , H08bra* War. IW IR* aa m. FO^a.vwr 

) a mmr, n*„ a . ,v,d *«•**)•.• A ' ' ct '' T,## OY-vr.g ep-a’lng » -V* 7 I ** f * Whl 4n U ,l 

r_ri . . .. osi'gv* *riRim*d. endvrapi* 4 gaVAanu.g _ -w - , 



• nteer* betp. Mevw <n w* o*>1 III THIFF • BOR -PAINTING GtLO- ♦ 

I U. earing owoev ba f,gj 1 .* ■ 4704 P 



•lent pauioraty. J 8. Downing. 



ADV WfU. Ktf 
• Tear • E»w 4* 



Prmp | J CATWOtiC it PPL ftp 

o/tdJ kJTATWK Rover lew Prayer R,«ta oit<* 
’ | *J KaiifBra HI Rl eba/4a Vanewpeer RC 

CEIUbai EWtEFt 

KUTY SALON I t ’NT WAIT FGR CTflMNTV BWBSFY 
’ ’ Ea-bwue ear, lea Bast's 4 4082 

bugena Me/ nine ' -n - - 

• a M atar ra 1 of oil cntl and nimjr 

>«<i ma- nasa a _ __ 

•aers prtre .* row* i * BFB> Ulr-UP -fftLAND NO I OOOO- 
8 n U at h«ist #> ... fie d, - , all ip.ldd bm»No 

.AK* Weary |,>M -Mae t»» '*»«• 111 

FBOHE Q 1442 | A>av Won# ivy aeeevned vod ana seed 4, 



I land wsary *UM r ma>, twa tarn* 

WITH f llllfmi" RE« 111* VIEW STREET FBOHE O 1442 A>ev Won* dry memM wooet ana seed 

Oh! «v#n.r.* B 47*4 I keM Jama W*w«. Day. ■ FMJ; aigha B i 



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TIIL DAILY COLOMST/MCT UKiA, U.C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1947 



IS 111 hINfebS III KMT OUT 



A 



BARGAIN for UlUX'RUri 
AH OryVai-d hr B.orka 




Nl'MN'CHH OIRKCTORT 



M BL'SINESH OIRKCTORT 



40 FOR BALE — MISCELLANEOUS «0 FOB SALE — MISCELLANEOL'S 40 FOR SALE— Ml SI ELLANBOl t» 40 FOR SALE— MISCtll-ANtOL’H 42 POl LTR Y AND U\ tSTOCE 



ISLAND EIR UIU WOOD 13 V> PIR 



G 



■GROKS HOW I SEH VICK- WINDOWS, 



BiTim - rLAJB 



.j • inn ii C«mu I ■ ' 1 . • * l flatfi (Mud nlltn \ Tv"*.... . M 

*' • '*• '.)(• Eual Phan. 0 4414 • t X U »* **• m »bo*m 



RADIO 



IN STOCK 



TRUNKS SUPERIOR 



C4A Uurt - Absolutely r.a l COAU ' N * N E^AlWTfR°R SONS 



ALBUM 



6l*x«.«JI »•"*« “>«>•' 1M1 Oatfal ncc'.ne r*Ql>.MPd«l RAfltfl 

U ’IMJOWH spin WASHING? . ELGOht- * atiU (*»•*» of ««*T ua»-.i Turn.futa baf-'puau button Same {Q r 

M>4 ••Jin*’ CUHWIUI r a*d clean iouu Phnoa G *434 ft** delivery. aiga Conaula model 



T, “* Woo* i» u . Enough for 8*MB»'*ol|4)1 « 0tn»* ' ' • Ml M^*ra ^ ART INLAID OC< 1 Aimm 



»« »>*•• dryland «u.it wood ivady for 

r for kit» 



IRinminii nut 



»h»n . 



Irtiin** !•'• tan*#'* ariyafiv. in 3-cord *ot 
Ev Dl«r|* and Slab* iki cord l‘> 3* 

Dry (.Bln fir per curd _ ») »f 

N« IB— II para IP »n*r.d a lllUv mure 
■moO? l« ■«! a K'lN-d uuallit af ••od 
than 10 «p«nd <*•* and *»i a p >i 
(itUIlT 

t'AITt AL FUEL CO 
Btlon* Dap or Nlghl. B 1431 



hoop • iif I Today a hot Buy for Kitchen Han*** 



MiLCOD ALBERTA NUT COAL 

A 

ll t» C-ran. M*R and La at in g 



'» mil 

I jf 

flour* • 



LOW 



$85 



RCA Victor Portable Kacore 

Hun a I lab > 340. a mahogany fuuhng p| s y a >. operate* un DeU.ertn •tin loud 

“.Z «. , M ZZ - .irtrd labl* »*) loo antique mahogany or- .prakrr finished In atatr.lea* »!e«l 

** ininj wo {4tl#aa j chain, pelltpp'iil got-i ran- Jarulac igrrri' aampla 

cai.*d •aaJiinf and poluiilna of dlllnn lid. antique nthMin) ttualtl cor- 

ip*t *1 y t..r, t ■ i&j nar cabinet 431 Phpnajl MIT# And new Stewart Warnrt Pnrtan e Radio 

.m >i AC, DC and ba'ien*, »*tf -charging fin 
riT* TAaLBIET.- - — aulllljl moroct* 



T*'i tt~f Tirrm *rr cpoiwt *r.*m*s 
f-J HP. Electric Molcru 
FTm Jaekall Jack* and W'lr« Blr»lfh«t» 
OurrthiKt Bltnrtr Pn.rtrt 
4-Oailon Uaa 



^yARDROBX 

r.O Mrara* Bii»<t irrar finmrtini'' ^ flia* prasvpl rr 

> o T l ' XID g" ro.ATf AVn VthT^U 1 *^ 

3/ rarlj 81 
»X I T»'r» 9lr»»t 



M any dogh am> cats got tainirtl 

oaf -anker Ng-| Ifo 'Cank»r LPlIon 



U. Al dru« Horn and 



i thf.y ui'fd. l.ta nr. DA.U. OPAVIIL* f%. I 181! 81*81*.. .fR iKIBl.D 
r r»| * ln.it at a •lib paper*; f'Mir n.nnfht 

«ld tn.iwi Man •rlmine If B AUr**lC 



V P VE - 5Tt l.tt*lpn" !it'*d Phcir nrfmm.1 IP W 

Can? . mn»l*u •lih Qju^'i va^Ta.', ,5 •* ,h w - 

tpoui -*^j ' _ T * a 



i: I* c.tan, Muk anti Laatii'g , 

is tr, is , -rrx 14 I’ROFtRRIONAL UIKF.Cl'ORV V N1CS UMID 0«Vr^ABLSl|^^ ^ 1 

K |R K COAL CO, LTD — r ^ .v .w— — : S-TiS- ; ::■■■ “ r,J.' 

Our 3410 Tear I ACCOI Tf ALTO | bnd* nniif ar.d double .Ai vQt.um 



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In* al ft »«n» i. natal 



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ROWN BING LB KiLDCRO BED - Al 
iJiapa f*hona K 1041 



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a idi'i liii^nr hSoiae'D | * 

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CIIIBfiPBACTORy 



a Wood bitcial 

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inner] %-th In aide blnrl(5. alan tpl-l 

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M.M ... LU,.S In Lutd.d Lula J , |jlt El t( -, ,, , , 8EMV1CB I VERY 

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•heap poor nr art guailly wood Tbai) — 
y •’> ' '* 'i more l>t ilia Ick* run Wr <• r-.i I 
1li» Mii.riot Diyland Beai dry. clean and *'• 
hano-piiaad Good for all around ua«- I ~~* 



JOHN M STURDY 

Opeclflr Cf.lrnprartnr — M'uroralometer 
Prartaloo Z-Rae Laboratory 
413 V>« fetir.i Chan* IM14 



CHIBOPUHIATS 



Cha*urfl«U9 How. 33a Jnhnaon O 3043 
/ .HiwTERnMjTe! ! :» *. nirna. g< < v 

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ATTREBSEH ”>EL7 AND 0PRJNG 
Oiled and bo* *prlr|t renplli It.e 



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AUTHORIZED WfSTINGHOUSE 



Rraeoi.ab'.a Pr ce* — Quick 6«r*ic« 

Mclennan. m<fecly & prior 

LIMITED 

1400 Go.crr, Hunt 8t;r«l fhont O 1111 



ii ■ iwiiiii ii. ■ ii i i— itimii ii.O MRO.i ■ 

U " 3 rK.ii r.rt u : ‘ en riADiit i On • * tttiutoc u 

BUI* P liana B 133) 



Tiny Tim Generator Bet* 

4. S3. 33 Volta 

WE COVER THE ENTIRE ISLAND 

SAANICH GARAGE AND SUPPLY 

Royal Oak » C . R R No I 
North Elk Lakk' Bait haarr.ch Road 

Phtif.e Kfaung 33K 



Poi Iminedtata DcUeary 

HAYES-LAWRENCE 

Uajka flirbaay Trucla 



^HECK UP 

CV' Your OfflCd Suppll** 

Lettarntada En.it lopea Billhead* 
Btatemvma Ruled Stieat* He 

Don i L«*>« li nil ute Lait ktinuia 

THE COLONIST 
PRICING DEPARTMENT 

1*11 BROAD STREET VICTORIA B C 



VX'ESTMOONT IKIARPINO 4fNI.BR 
’ ' > • j I i » tar i . ml rta! 
pletely ir.oilater* tnittyidual pan* and rona 
Ideal *« 

for *ala 

lantijrd R'Ibdui tjl 



laart.e *rputidv Bprlmrr puj'i »* 
!>. «« at i'ut Station Road. 



F 1 N C H 1 R 



Ilk tkSABirS 

. *AN ARIRb LOVIOim*. 

' hair;.-'rr» and p.ippir. 

PACIFIC I’tlD A B*VD 
SMI Cvrmorpni burn Phone mi 



. NIIAMPION 



I'broe u 4141 k Id I 
MV* A CANARY 



MKfKPPR. ROLLER AND 
.-•nar ... 3144 MtcibaurHa. 

f> to 4 p m 



rOK CHRIimCAA. 
enei-i niid» *i>« 
om f.nr tatetp at •lir.d.lo A. lane*. 
34 llra h Dri.y I v**l 



^ < Breed*!' J'nuld 



C CUF8RBY - ELECTRICAL CON- 
ira nor full male* f fee G JlkL 



8r)l* Aernl 

HILLCRZsI *D*L CO 



O 1441 Dap 



FELLING AND BILKING 

| K3 FELLED AND BUCKED. WOOD 

k :it 



ACME 1-LEL 

LL UP-10 LAND No l MR MILLWOOD 
$5.50 Curd 

BOM-DRY MR 81 .ABWOOD 
Cut 10 lertith 

ALBERTA fiCXjl LKAfl COAL 

Vie Painter. M*r 

OHire til.Jl Re# 0 7321 



t LOOR SANDING 

I vO YOUR OWN FLOORS AND SAVE 

* Rent » eander by dav »r aeek >dJ*l- 
le | machine! electriv than v<i|iMitr* 

♦ airfield Hardware t 0031 



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MtOP QUALITY LOYALIST MAPLE DI- 
I * rikit* aulfr, table four .-hair* rahir.r 

I and buffet, all fur only 4171 AL*o Plain. 

...... , , , . , n Bi lih lr.d * i it. apod tit* Phc » 

CAREPUL1Y I fltPARED AND DE- Q S3A4 J »0ft Vai touver Street 



All Deperunenu 



DBA Li GOT I NO 



14ILCD DRAW I NO of tuur ptopoawl 

Unfit* nr Buildln* It | out aura. -r» of VV'ILKjNTI ECONOMY FURNITNJRF. 

• •• iplariiitn Have our ataff of trained ’’ Children a Irlryt’e III SC 4-ho!« 3*51 DOUGLAS BT 

Dr -i.uM.iur n a**iaf you lo **l tha BEST I'aarett kltrhen au.ve, 314 modern 1-plere 
rcaillt*. al turpGalitfly little coat 



MEADWELL'S RADIO 
AND ELECTRIC 



E 1334 



Pre tmtoarT Hketrh Without Obligation 
IV* can now a 1*0 offer you the **rrlr«* of 
Qualified Lan<l»r*pe ArcltltedL 
r *. oORB 

ROME PLANNING HERVIC* 
u*n*ral Drau«l>Mna 
N 11 A and It". Bulldlnr I»an* 



113 Lfbira) Bulldine 



aalnut bfdrootn *ulu‘ |1E» rent* blrttle «»I*» "O'* Berrlra Repel.* Id All Make* of i 
113 44* Cormorant Bi ti MIS , „ lUdlim 

- - - W* Alao Have Up Ip-Dala Iratlna Ef)u>P 

l -N BEAUTIFUL ORIENTAL THROW mriiL All Work Do-.r by A ul homed Radio-! 
IZ riuta. raniln* in prlra Irnta Ilk lo trKian* Ere* Hck-UP and Delivery Any-| 
inn Alan a few llvira-riwin arid hedroon. where in Greater Victoria 

• arper* fiu* and uphoUier* claanln* and iE*Mbli&hed IIJ4> 

repair* are a •penalty. C*rorlurlum Co.. 



Ptinn* E 31.33 III# Vancnurer Street V J«*l 



• iri TKlM ISIS 



•HOME- 



' - "WEW SH1PMEN rA AT 

SUPERFLUOUS HAIR AND MOUfu 4- Pi. re W.lnd! nlibhoZ. Bu.lr |M» 

permanently by eletirleUy *.piere Walnut FllUah Dim. .-Room 

'•tiler! Dorolhy flanman Hmie 



tnueed 

[Burra** *uat 



| | f PEN DALLE BANDING AND ftEEIN- VJ 1 '*' 

•' ul.lof RO-HO Beryiee* H 1J83. * ’ ° 

— — "U « r _ _ _ _ 

I 'LOOR SANDING AND RLFINISHIMO ,Sp#rtallat London. BntlSIid Prirrlcr r.Ub a-pT-VI Walnut Venere ni n ine.Ry»'m < 
I Mintporb WMhln, eay**trou*htne hklied In Victoria 34 year* JW BeolUrdv* L'7,, ' U,,ul V ' n,fr D,n,, ‘«- Room 1 

Zu H lVm n0m * ° ,Via W ° | rivr. ^..terMeld Suite, eorrrrd ' 

ill _ - 

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SPORTING GOODS 

1,*LY ROD. # ET, MEDIUM THOUT 
* 23-33 Winchester 4-khoi rtf la and 1 



Bara* Rinat* and Dual-Ail* Trail).* 
Lawrence* Oa« Wtoehaa 
Lawrence He.ru’r* Dtetel Wtocbca 
and Vardera 

Rercul** Gaa-Powi i Uolu 
Qerrulta Dleyel-Power Unit* 
Portabla Eira-Pump* 

ISLAND EQUIPMENT CO. 

I1A Y B8-LA W'RENCB DIET RIBL'TORB 
1)33 Vaaeoaver Street B 1331 



A 8 ER VIC'S 

To All User* of Dteaei Eeulpmeni 
InduatDal and Marine 



FOB 

MAYTAG. LXlNSOR and GUuSUN 
WASHING UAC1UNLS 
Ail Make* Repaired 

MODERN APPLIANCES 
#41 Ya'.ea Bueel Phone » 301; 



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HUM i It IMUtl 

Nto-f HICK BIZE Hh Mir 
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Bcufcr n.iade So»*» 

I IWTOCti HAULING, TRUCK fWb. F. 
• * JnhnaiM K e* in- ( mi 



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HOTELS 



AUTHOR I Z€D BEATTY WASHER 
AND APPLIANCE SERVICE 

W* Cali and Deliver 

Mclennan. mcFeely & prior 

LIMITED 

1400 Government ttueei Fbon* O 1111 



I /LOUR, LA.NDnVO MN18HI.NG 
* anired Eatimatei free R 



•mmu 



I U 4414 vven.ni> H 1 1173 



ALL hLST U1LLCILEST WOOD 
^Ll. NO. 1 DOUG I AS PIR BLOCKS AND 



• lane. 13-ui. No rubbith. 
burn. I e'jfd, 33 30. or ypln 
curd Immeatato delivery, 

IUIN-KE8T WOOD RATTAN BlNt.H 
Da) I'tiune. L 7413. ur Ni*hl and Day K 3.ik# 



In lapaatry ItHVi .ns bicycles AND motori i • i e» 

GU Ait 3-Plere Chea:rQi*ld Butte In velour. 1143.99 a — 

Ifned rt., f. 1 <7 8IMPSON UAftfiAC.I AND ELEC- 4-Plere Walnut PlnUb Bedroom 

trie treatment U 4371 | Suite 

I /LOOKS SANDED AND REMNIBHED !( kLOE H LOXVENDOOO 8 WKtl LSI I * W,lnUl ' * n ** r 

I A.pball Ruur Itias Ete* eatlmaua ' niaaeeur rheumatic dikordere K 3311 (.pier* Eaatern Hardwood Dinette 

ipttnl no... Co O #404 8 4U73 (uti «i.y»t m. ni>a»niB •««* inatural flnUhi 

SATI8UPA7HIC MI7SKIAM j »- Piece Chrome Brr »kfa*t-Room 

Suite : plattlo lop 



Its# 00 ebtmunlllpn lly-tyine el*e» lure* and No l injector* Tailed. Adiueted and Repaired 

, ,3 Sprout ftahhookn Apply to k pm. Apt i 

‘ |3Wno ! 10«. I'M Lee Avenue ! Berrle# and Repair. 

MARINE SERVICES A BALES. LTD. 



A 



1214 Wharf 81. 



E #112 



l odky e Brut B y for Kltrhen Kanin I* 4 
M'LCOU ALBERTA NUT LOAL l -\ 
at 113 70 Ter tou It nu 

It I* Clean. Hot and La*ung 



THE GUEST ROU88 HOTEL 
ISkJ Newport Aveoua 
Oak Bay Victoria H C. 
DlkTlRCtlVB PLACE FOI4 Bk’kttAL 
Winter rate, and penata] maifo.u 
Muoti favtirrd ly Laetrro Canada a. .4 
ovcrteat rOitora 

Proprlnrr** in. Gtaca a Brett 

i b. t.ea a olil and K eka t> 

Ll ~HOTELF AIR BI'8 TICKETB ” 
Wretein . anada travel 8arv.es, «ni 
»!>’»• oi.pi. .ue IVvt Offtee 8 4713 



■ 1 1 4 An I ( ICYCLE. SIDEWALK TTPB. COASTER 
** brakr In fuotl eundltiun. Suitable (ot 
S 1 39 00 rhllrt *~ 4 > r*ra Hramrieble 



B 131# 



FARM IMPLEMENTS 



KIRK COAL CO., LTD 



Ready tu 

y ] RR rLOOB ■ • 



HARDWOOD' 



H ICYCLE8- ALL SIZED. REPAIRS 
Work auaranieed 



'Our Mlh Year' 

123# BROAD el 



MMODATION AVAILABLE 



T H) 



Htrahiari, tfinnrr 



AARONSOW'B _ 1331 



n»a 

B *79* 



nd°^ Id'fW, T. rt : n e»Uma d ..: iri pbonI 1 HAL i" OR - h* Li UTTERED * N D 4-pi*,e Chrome Breakfaet-RiKini 

n« ..id floora Era. eatlmate. Pnnnr lj llrewed dlkUUe. rlrrtrleai and me 1 Bulfe -wood top eiirn.lnr. tablet 

— Hi— IBU SB WUBSS U O nion Bldg II3M 3- Piece Davennort Bm.e 

707 — ROME FURNITURE 

•S3 PORT 6TREET 



MO 30 



Governmrnt Street 



WIDE CHOICE OP EARM AND OAR 'I 
den trariura tit aull regulrementa of 
34.3. tmaU farm* and earOet.a at Oardtu Huua*. II 



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\ r I HARDWOOD M OOR CO , 

* • jQhriaud. Free eelimaltt OT3I4 



OKTFOPATIIIL Mil AH IANS 



H oys i#* 7 ecu bicycle. . 

■iri • cell bicvel*. **r*ll*i.» con- Elk Lake Fltun« C0l«ulu 314T A H 

Pea**, ownar; Albert Howard. r#pr***ri- 
tatlvt. 



W A.NTI.H— MISCr.I.LANLOl 8 



1 Ct-.M 

- ■ 

Flrabud 1 oner OdS Lunk 

\ 

- » l 

IkOClK IOUR ROOMS 
» * r*l*e nua In elleri. 



37# S« 

3143 Oil dill on. #3#. r. 453 j 
CO. 



now w 1NT EM 

, . - - ... ..... J a dire Bar 

Hotel Phone O 7IS1 270 Government ft. 



A BARGAIN BALE— ONE WEEK ONLY- 
• * Al. DuuElat fir, muatlv inatuc, cut 



lulu 12 Inch 
■ind lur * 

It'll 31 M " 
(4 Ala-a ban 



luMiata 
110 H.r l»ad. 
Ei.n 741 7 "Par 



.r.,*t|,t very taav ... ap.ll 14MIV REl'LALE 

*' " • li ire ahri* 'pAnnhin* ni»i at 

0 . , ' A " *'10 • ,, “>d tor only naif the coal Radiue psan»* refriaeratnrt 

P1L**«I mm bar* liana (xk| 1 can era I hpuarbold furnltbrr rtAniehed 
pvpp*>aiiy >i>|AMlquek Pr»-i l rh p- nr»d 'all Rpeelaltv 



I BI M R rULIIIIINO 

YOUR EUKKITURE ,nft Fhuna E mpire 7*31 



I »R VERNON 8 TAYLOR REGISTERED , 
I ' and tirenipo 301-1-3 Jonee Block. 723 



M OYB BICYCLE. GOOD CONDITION. 
tlrnLii Urea cylinder carrier. 



... / AKAIOMYL* OCEBT HOUSE Id’T 

ABOVE ALL. REMEMBER ' craiRdarroch fr oea in oft Eo«t> Ea- 

k UCTION bALEB AKB IUKJMINC3 vorrd bv vitlmr* pt. 'r». otial and bua'i pi* 
> » Uava ) It Ctw an of LONDON AUC l £ e " p f DnoUl* and tingle areommadallob 
HuMlH AND qL Al IKIED APPilAIBZB rr.»rv.t>o.i* and Winter ra.p. phnna 
• 33 vaara oi RMtichabnialnk in Oreat Brit- **»» uann on. u octi 

ain and Canada- handJ# Ut# aeUln* o/ Ynu. v yoMPLITE TBAVfl etBVlct Evi 
( una anted houaobold tam turn. anUqura I., , Victoria Travel Bu.rau Btrath- 

ete GIT hlal.er pr .ce. - .parti f (ttlle •: »>«•«. ouirau. a ram 

mer.i or PEI L to u* outrubi ai tour oan 
I>t Id look forward to JW43 tn a Miirlt *o lu » uo r for prior appui- .'mant 

uf confidence It I* only If ae all think j uU » Wedi.ceday I ill! I U 2341 



Phone 



vox 



MIA. I I t AM Ot 4 



ANNOUNCING 



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or e BICYCLE. NEW HAU.OOJf ItRfd 
22-lrrh Oreen'a 300 8urnf.de Hoad P- 



fATENT ATT tlBN'1 1 • 



* C M MAN 8 BICYCLE PRACTICAU Y 



2413 



delivery. 



r .Maher* B 4411 Mil Broad P* reel 



A a D 

.■OPpPd 



Dn-ENDAIUK BAR. j AIN IN GOOD 
d I'C-Ui.ml 100 per mil llr. all 
for vour co.iAnie.iee >t>ot to 
Utii 33 Mi rd Alao hi* *nM, KM. pc' NH 
III dry blurk* a.i/l ilto a l 11-ln . 43 3d cu 
Order t-nla- delivery tcrnu’i.u 

RON At D HOPKINS FUEL CO. 

Da j— E 7)14- M*bt 



I TRNACEN 

ALE 7VII~LIA\CB 

I /UH NATES RECEMENT1NO, INSTAU 
* latlon irrvl'tr.e YlMSimij Em* 

OFNCRAL HAt LINO 

| ERA I HA! LING PANDORA TRANS 
' * let Cinder' and DU for *ala Good 
blark toll B 1033 



PHI SIU I III KAY* 



3* ('.ARIIFNS AND SL’PPLIFS 



1918 

A HAPPY NEW YEAR EOLKB. 



TO ALL OUR EfUENDK A ID CUBTOMERN 
.... - — AND FUTURE CUSTOMERS 

\ I ARKH A. CLARK. Patent Attorney* #04 ... I r jnua>, 

*'4 Baric of Toronto Buildln* Victoria i* f * MI ** nn»»N'« »•» aur n-w luratloei at 

347 JOHNSON STREET a< fhf flrrt nf the |tv VCR YTH 1NG IN BICYCLE REPAIRS - in, trim, of world pru.e, proaperny ar.d 

year. In the rnear.tlm* ae will be plvaaed U Bernard Ltd 1410 DoueUt O k*ll lull employment thuf we atU have thoee » REPUTA TION FO 

1U4S ftl lQ (Ilf Pftll tl \ >j • a 

L’SItl.LA M KELLY — SHORT WAVE A ahlle enamel Faaretl ranfe 433 ( ^'^R Tilt ULKi.lflCYCUPT - ' h*vr tht'fe amon*>t ua who would haw u» ,io»ei furniture piano* or » >1> 

1 ^ to ****** Irritation* EVI21 413 View 1 Chetterf lel.1 --hair* ea-h II* v * Lrevher Jarkete iweatrrt. helmrta | „ n : T o[ ct ,, 0 , l,. u , e » c h Plan »t*b to dtawoee nf We ca >.i 

— | Cheaterfteld and 1 chair #37 Ml i tn*»le* and tecnwrlii lj »'*r Itock R . „ ur .>ai|n tn the Nee Year to Include much any linn Phan* ll i*3h 

ESInOtM. 43Q and up * *" ’ 0:1 F ' ,M . . ' - bul •" > . iLlCTTUC AFPUAM 

I I ARRIS BICYCLE STORE - NEW“ U people- -eeery.nera .'Anllure luwla motor. anwh.r.g c 

• I uaed bicycle*. *alea ar.d rental* Re- ClOBEt) Eon ALTERATIONS value bou«ht. »old. e.chana**] hi. 



i 2*2a 



e*S' f OrVe MOtrSE ROOMS. DAY OR WEEK 
* J 1414 Belmont Avenue. O •3r# 

>R PA TWO THk r ARur BRIGHT BOOMr FULL BOAjUl 
r*c‘ tii tUea, looU 1 wnarat* bed* B iMI 

( kAK LODGE -TOC • 

' * nenv *..e*t* «* •* 



( you 

V hr : • 



F° R , 



YOUR TOPSOIL. 
Brn*.. <1 44 tO 



CALL RANT 



A few eteel locker* left. 

Paln'etl bookthniw* .. it bi up 

Many more Item* to ehoctee from. 



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BARGAIN -ALL 1IW-. DOUGLAS EflP 



cord* III. and 4 cord* 321. and alao ape 
ia! beat Nn 2 wood. 3 cord*. 37 and • 
eorda. 313 mily Bnne-dry fir, *7 31 r. urd 
Delivery nybi away Plume Day, E 1443 
HUM. E 3070 Fafewav Fuel Co. 



INBITATION 

BEAT BEAL INBDLAT70N 
A. ROOEINO IV I l LTD 
Weetern Carada • Olde«r and larinl 
Invuiatlr* firm 
UU BROAD STREET 

EI33I. 8 4431 lira O 4MI 



•RICHMOND 
‘w ftnvwri. 
iRtrhmnnd Road. K 4200 



TftCfIMOND OREENROUSE8 - CUT 1 
» F _ttmrwri._ mum. patted plant* nil 



B LOU^S 

12# JOHNSON BTREET 



Krv ' " 1 * 7 “ rmt 0 7E3*. srun* WILL RE-OPEN ABOtri nice. 

1 » ALriOII 3-BPEED BICYCLE NEARLY " JANUARY Sod. !»«■ 

*1 r.ea 27 ttv »ire Eauiament. aene.-ato: 

Prlie, 353 1702 



bought. 
G 3)13 



art pump lock, llrenre 
DniQla* 



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*7 El E RCBGEEY 






SPECIAL BALE - DRY INSIDE EIR 
h!o«-ka n.iaed alih barb a ah*. 11“ 
If '«u Want good wuvd. buy Svokt dry 
emu), all In, naver It. water. 2 eortli for 
anly III. * cordv. |2U E *»2’< day. night 

\ LL l(KAU-HUi COARSE SAWDUHT 
I'M'- fir Good for Vltr'-.en and 
furnace I'v-unit load, lo bulk, for only 

44 00 OK Fuel. O 3453 

A BIG CORD DRY CEDAR. ONLY $3. 'y 
- ' lid. ( ' 22 

I >OBB WO.ID 111 CD EtR SLAB MILL 
I * a nod |3 *•! Or* cedar and Hi mtiad 
a* Beulah r,.a! Co «. 7«:i 

M OHB DRY MIUWOOD. 37 00 FAMOUS 
Fuel Phima U #713 



lock ami rn* 

V' ALL tiOCKa PUT ON — PRICE'S LOCK 
■ ••rnUh and laao Muwrr Ehop 1231 
Onvernmecit. G 4J2| 



LAWN MOWIiSB 

A I LAW** MOW EH NHAHPSNINO - 
* » A N Jorinjtun general fharpenlng 
I Mower* ahear*. wl-wti key ebltlng 743 
I I'aodnra A vet ue Pho»* E 7041 w* call 
| for and deliter mower* 



A COMPLETE TREE SERVICE 

HeientlBe Pruning and Cabling 
Dar gerau* Tree* H.-moved — Cut Uw 
Dormant Spraying Fruit 

COW IE & HICKS 
B 1676 



LOVELY PIECES TO 
SUIT YOUR BUDGET 

COEFEE TAB1EB 



HARLEY -DAVIDSON OWNERS 
ATTKNTTONI 

I’BE ONLY GENUINE HARiFY-nAVlD- 
eon part* *nd •rr#»iorl*» on your 
motorryei* and u*e the beat 



NYTH1NG IN 8IOVU - WE PAY 
hiaucai onto* ana wul call aurwhare 
GRAY'S USED FURNITURE STORE 1L" u,t » , ' hrr ‘' ° *? J « 

721 JOHNSON OT E 0014 ^ IL BOTJLEU RAGS TOOLS CACKB 



UV.LLO.U 
» » r« 'in* at 
raid f 



ik itu 
at ere- li 
AIM 



-R PERM A- 
New huilit- 
Quaitra Otreei 



ED-1 * IMPORT ABI Jt 
I wrekly or monthly 



a nmnt chance port tools, etc I 



metal* furtutu!* utelul thing* tioughi. 
iPhone Victoria Junk Agvnity E 0380 E0143 



AT JACK'S 1431 BROAD 
A Boeekh )'• Briatl* Hruah 
A Pair ot l *“ or *•” 8*11 Brarlnga, 
new 



17 SO 

H ighest 

We are the etclualve dUtrlhutoe* for a Dutch BrUtle Rru*h III 00 

I Duncan Ptiyfa »tyle, walnut flnlah hard- 1 Vaneouier Island for theae famour motor- a Reversing t-3-HP Klvelrle Motor 3J300 
'wood Each 112 33 cycle*. 

|8m*tt modern vtyie with lower shelf, llu 5o RnrtoKi^Nrm urrmacvnir wneya 
Duncan Phvfe *tyl* mahogany tables all). BROOKLANDO MOTORCYCLE WORKS 

I glau tray lop 327 30 BLauk* 037 Port 8L Pup flhafike 



a ABO LIKE HEATER 

goad randltiun. E 3447 

PRICEM EOR OOUJ AND 
diamond* Bu»*'* Ltd 1317 Dtiuglaa 



1IEVEKLEY MOTEL 

W* T**» Cute of Trai.aient and Permanart 
Ou fat* Uud*:ata Kale* 

Write ov Phone lor ReirrvaCloo* 

I™ 72* Y alee Street Victoria Phor>v O 027# 



1 • ARAOS 
' 1 Road. 



10 E 16 X a 317 KBLVITf 



I VRYLAND HO I TIK MILT WOOD- v . 
1 ' Never In aater all hand picked nits 



34(1*1 K»(4 

IB LA NUA HT META LS 
Ornamental Iran Work and Welding 
Cupper. Ittaav arm Aluminum Mepaira 
114 klearea Btreet - Phur.t E 4233 



BI II.1M.NO MATERIAL 



Hand carved oak table* In Jacobean a t It 
Drop-leaf atvle »7i»sl 

A lovely table with beautifully -reread rab-| 
violet leva, 

mahogany Each |47 3d 

STANDARD FURNITURE 

“For Yalue. Home and Beauty” 



E49J4 



\ BPH. 

1 ‘i *ty 



nOOFINti 



BIDING 



BPH ALT SHINGLES LARGEST YARD 
in B c Rolled Brick RcJlel Stone 

I Siding Modern Roofing ft Biding Co Ltd 

and clean guud amid for altrhsn flrepla-* _ . ”7^ ^ ' ,,,# K Haatlnga Vancouver BC 

nr furna< e Ready («. burn Immediate PLANTES fOSTBAfTOB - J AEG EH CEMENT USfHlrtl 

dalleery; ora r..rrt 17 VI two eot.i. Ill - \ CEMENT MACHINE 

• me Wood ia ■ nmlng fw-m Hi eamgan T’e / 1 0K TRACT OR CAN HANDLE MORE JOBS >or rent with wheelbarrow Phone 
Mill E 312 1 R 173 1 osght E 1121 Rhaarii * J - PlaaternE Ituevo rapBlr* * epee tall V E 2210 1374 Harriet Hn*d 
pan WiuxJ Fuel Hupi.lv Co, elk Johnaob Rt iFlret-Gae* aota, reamrab'e Pbnna li |*J2 “ 






EIR 

Caw- 



pin 



I * EM VERY IMMEDIATELY FIB 
• ' block* and dab*. I'k corda, 3* Coa- 
lehan Fuels T van 

Y IMMED1 ATEI-Y 
nimka and •lab*. 3 enrda. ttl 
lahati Fuel* K&klO 

IFIAHD EUE1 BPSC1AI. 

1,9017 No I DRYLAND DOUOLA8 
I from Great I rniral Naver beat 

In water Thick bark alab> mu»U with 
tnaide block*: al< tn #»***• leneih* clean 
eaav *01111111* ftleblv recommended for 
furnace Tao-enrd lata. III. Minna for 
lidfiedlate dellverr 

INI AND FUEt BUFFI V PTnine n 1134 

I 

1 bark No •pill tin* for kll'ben I , 



n MPINCi 

; ttUl'IMJ, (XCAYATlCNH. BASEMENTS 



■ P ■ 
Rale* I 



nned -it ai'h modern eyuipmtnL 
••ooable. E 77M 



— HOME BUILDERS' BARGAINS — 
ASPHALT BIIIN' it. ES 

( 4ANADIAH MADE FDR CANADIAN 
’ trade asphalt ahlnglea are your b»v’ 
High auatlty felt, saturated 



COME IN AND SEE THESE 
MAGAZINE END TABLES 

IN WALNUT OR NATURAL FINISH 
2 SHELVES-! MAOA7.INB CONTAINER? 

IMIS 

OTHERS mmt 111 #4 TO 134 Id 



Wlahlng All Our Friend* and CuMomert 
the ComyllmenQ of the Season 
ROBINSON B 

1230 Rrnad Street Phone E 8213 

tOpp. The' CoJontstl 



r U5W » EADMETTEna WILL PAY 

If prii.ee fur vour good used tornitur* 47 
Cash on Ui# epot 

hiaemny for boat building or furniture PLor.# g 4434 Ev ening * B »*«♦ 

making priced to eeU. Pboue B IttJI- B t \LD BICYCLES AND P A R T It ARE 
Luul* Furnliurr ’ ' 



CUAUII3AKIUX.TI 
I #41 CratgdarrocB Road 
Winter *■ '-omiuodaUun— Phuo* 0 873# 
YOD TOP — — — - 

HOI t M AM) HOARD 



^ qC A.vi M'Y OF I k AK WOOD AMD MA 



• orth more v Pi, or.# O 4733 W# fall 
0..^^ ' IT8FO HUGS WANTED T PRONE 8. 3881 

hULl 1 L V CNC1 IAN BLiND6 I j I*- (n .... , . m p .. Ill# Vinrnu%or Ski.^ai 

yvtiiui rr-v aviiuirv _ .*i rANiNn Ltfprtnr uro lo mi v«nrmj»if mrrei 
A COMFLTIE SERVICE - l LEAN IRQ Hug and UphoUierv cl*anrt-g and eeualr* 
• » renuvatlna rtaa blind* Early d# rhree-tlav »ervic« 
livery K 4513- lies G 7344 



A « 

• » t’ 



A U ELECTRIC APPLIANCES REPAIRED 
• » Mficient and prompt guaranteed *erv 
Ice Vacuum cleaner* ail make* all tnndeis 
Bargain* Cl 3)13 



A 






TEXT— 200 PUl.LETF. BR OR Nil 
mniith* old Must be gnod i. *. 



rice ahd full addreas In Hmlntver 
■irnaida Rirai! 



ELI 41 BING 



PITT A IIOLT 
PLUMBING _ HEATTNG 



[buy tndaf 
j alth a*r>halt and 

krai fur fire p. 

ityuarv b«|ft pattern* for new rnnfa or over ( ' Whera Cuatomera Send Their Prlenda 
_ ytMir present fblngica Permanent color* 

EUBN ACES TnBTa’lLEd' and ' KEPA [RED ih*« need nn upaeep Lower fire In.uranr* 

401 Eaaulma ID.ad Phnne E 7411 r 9 ,,- 4 and an attrartlea finish. Now avail- 1 

— - - - .able for inimediaie delivery. Bright Red 

ALFRED ANDERSON , Bright Oreen or Black, 

it i' ,m>.#r Heaagon pattern per aqaare rlOl *o ftl, 

Reei.te.ed Plumber 34 »; Mquare Butt pattern, per aouare tlOd 

Repair* ft i V* 73 Hoofing Nalla avallabl* alth 



imbedded with aute mm- VOGUE FURNITURE HOUSE 

rntfflifln llriiifun inn . _ 

^end Their Friend*' 

.... T . r? . _T„_- And for those who are interested In llght-l A ^ , u * 
•■o T3 7DI OTREK-I b , t , Rowell and Corgi Remoter*. *> 

123 c c, It E motorcyclea and Whu*er' ci> rt 



MOTORCYCLISTS 

Art yr.'t lnlere»-rd In good tr*.1e In value* ^ 

tin your own machine? We have the «t„* ' T>>tnr a Co 

largest .lock of new and u.ed machine* 1 ,olU *■ ,to< * T,t, °' * ^ 

on Van'ouirr tiland In both American — J 

and Engllah make* We can arrange term* A LL MAKES VACUUM CLEANERS IIE 
to run your pocket. [A pairtti. belt* bruihea els Taylor A 

Or If you have a »<>ft iruit for the old , Co «M Fort 

bike and want her bark In Al rundltlon a TTENTION - SINGER POKTAHLy 
coniult ua abtml prtee* and material W# A ttettrle machinr. for rent 

• III patch her up. build her up or doll rM , or M Co H3t f nn street G 303I 

her up for you. 

LL MAKES REWIND MACH IN Ed HE 
ed naru need.ea oU Tavtor 
Fart 



U ’E BUY EBIATEfl Of JEWELRY AND 
antique* larga rt small K A Mr- 
Mearc* t * w < Co t - ,,s ,h » 01,1 Olid Bhop O 2724 

tl'ANTKD - M 

BEATTY CONNOR EA8Y 
Mavtag Wrlngei rtpaira a al 



FINE. BKI.BCT.ON TRUNKS-THAV 
eltng cabin, wardrobe fltrorif. rlean 
New condition Bargain* 070 
Siren inear Pantonumi 

Heat 

catty I*.”' 1 



USED CLOTHING 
Hd for men • aull* 



\ V AH At: LK JANUARY 21 PtiR MU8U 
neaa % people large attractive room, 
lam hedv Preakfaet, dmt.er Ealrfitld 
dieirlti Ciarhaven." IMI42 

COMEOR TABU SINGLE OR DOUBLE 
'nm, flreplai v M W hvstlng Me* a 
upti'nal. Rice dlatrlrl. Gim* U, Gaiai*. 
O C7i»4 

U OARD, ROOM. CARE kl.DCRLV per". 

aon. MiMoium inj. it 434J betaran 
• • n ana 13 noun. 

H oard and room ~oke himole, 

ana doubla Apply 021 Mirlugun Bt 

I JHItlHT ROOM. FULL BOARD. BUTT 
• » anrklng man. close in u 3IM 



I >OARD AND ROOK 
’ vontao piui i Pune 



\ 

» |\\’E HUT ANTIQUE FURNTTURK BII.VER 

02 a Fork '* and Sheffield plat# Century Art Shut (f . 

s ,o, » ,Jor ' a ! , ~' B 3m: o mi r i » 



FOB 



- 1 mow itnAitn 
ml t g in >> ns 



YOUNG 
BU It 4140 
iAnr ELD- 
343 montfilr. 



kX ’ANTED - OOLD COINS 



BELMONT 



Plumbing— ilot-Wa’et tieatlne- 
Irjtaiiatlons 



Free Eatlmaiea 



each order. 



NEW ARRIVALS 

IN 



Hft OklllMtA 



LUMBER SPECIALS 

I Dreaaed H<j*id* all planrd to Ihltkr.e.a 

— — and good quality Can l»e uaed for aub- 

81. AND RADIO * RECORDING, LTD floor* lining up rc,nm< for under **IIBoa:d. 

ITU Ooiemnter.l Blreat — A cemplv'e part'tlotja etc Com* and look thl* over 
coniine •ervic* I'hone B 4011 *'* quanlitfe* of I onvi f • of mor*. 370 per 

- — M I e.t th»n t.0SI-f|. (HA 13) per M 

- HI I Kir.P R ATION '3*3* Dreaeed Good for rhlr ken houpee. 

— — — *hed». etc all dreajed. Hmiled quantily 

i »y.nu«jrnATioN fveroency behv- p* r lo#u ft , MO 

•* It # All makes iCitmmrrrlal and Alao aome odd lota of ahort plank*, etc . a! 

I domeetlkt fl I (.•ampbeS! (10350. Cal! give-away price* 

9 10 and, 1-4 pm V -Joint length 1 to • ft , top quality. ktlnllUl DOL'D LAB BTREET 

I — — - — - dried, nee im BM. 34 M 

--- . HOOPING 1 1 a 8 Clear aheleftig per ltd fin ft . 84 

I I EllB IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO PVTl — 1*4 Clear drop tiding per inq wj. ft 

II , Irn'c No I III M 

ni..a bark B(i<l maid# L'tean and •••» » I’l'BOVED BKINGIE A PHI 1C AT ORB- ARBORlIE 

• pllttine Nr knma Bltwk up fnt Wtnte A.phait and eedar ahlnglea can 



• < r.'r J. I* rord 1 

grade up-Iitand flrv, »i<1 3 rordv «H dry 
• I'Kili"*' planer-end* t ened i«; No Y 
dr* mliiwood *a enrd Langford Purl 
■ i«ia dav, night 

J,-MNE SAWDUST FOB Blfft llfn HHOPfl 

(1 3441 



FIR - A BARGAIN! — 
TWO WEEKS ONLY 



CHESrERI lEU) HI.T1K8 DAVENPOflT 
BITS, OCCASION AL CHAIRS. ETC 
OI KETTIRS 117 34 

O E IRONS It* •» 

MACDONALD'S, LIMITED 

•The Btor# Thai Berrle# Built" 

iCorner View 



autoblcyclea 

TRIUMPHS - NORTONS - ROYAL' 
ENFIELD5 AND SUNBEAMS 
TIRES - OIL - PARTS - ACCESSORIES J 

BEK LEB AND PAY LOIS 



MOTORCYCLE SALES 

phone. O 7#4J 3447 POUCH. AH HT ( 



A lexander- always non por to? 
•oil manure elsy SR E #771 

\ T ONCE - RUBBER STAMPS FROM 

DIO OON'S 

^ " B^IO DOUBLE LOAD OP CINDERS 

A 



i)Y j # ODD IICrMB FOR SCHOOL Cl IRI. 

# * around 12 year*, nr older preferred 

TI’ANTEtf - ETCOND-MAND FTTRNIT 8*744 

u, e- atnvea funk B J333 |»OOM AND BOARD O PEERED To 

■A quiet Duir.'ii woman Available 

VETERAN BOTTLE vlni^. : J,m “ B,r n,,,,,rl 

EXCHANGE ini/, carbekry Oardenb, suit 

I U I O gentleman G JM0 



CASH FOR BEER. ALE WINE WHISKY 
AND SODA BOTTLE* * 

PHONE G 5862 



iR ROOM AM) B(lAHI) WANTED 



•oil rock manure O #M4 | 

HORBB- MANURE WKU 
rutted; cinder; and *011. B 3474 I - — 
VOMMKHCIAL GA8 RANGE. (1 AS WATER * ,A 
heater, commercial refrigeraior team 



POULTRY AND LH EiTfM R 



I IK* NEW KITCHENETTE SUITE. BUT 
■e Irt lacknlf* labia fuur laa'beret'# 
'hair* • 4 y UIU. 4lS Ralph Utrvai 

niHET) OB’- r LEM Ah WANTS BOkll*» 



POl LTBV AND 81 PPLIIA 



^ u 



ETOYy.4 AND KA.NGEg 



’ heater, commercial refrierraior team . n wr-erwi nf nrvn wirrcn 
piete. .helving cupboard.. For immediate A JJfS" ° F W K rrtD 

•ale Cooper • Coffee Bhop, 730 Port Street i u,,,n B > iorl 



#30 



• her« • helpful pronr 
Boa *3(12. Ootnnlat 



• 111 b* apprtrlaifii 



huh 



rhlle Ibr once* at* rearm »►■!» 
waiting Jmmedlat* delivery 
I Card* 

3 -Cord Lota Only 
EIR BAWDDRT 

WE ALSO HANOI E No I EIH 4 OARS 
HEADRIG BAWDUHT. Diubla acieenait 
Immediate tteliverv 

Ik Unit*. Bulk only 50 UU 



541 J-lht .au or J f vABtNBT RADIO WITH AUTOMATIC ( 9USTOM HATCHI! 
— ’ man!#! phonograph, ficetlent chap* , •j’;' during tbe 



i 'AHIDOl/ ^ ATfUPROOF glACinm AND >-.wp.* "*■**■• ** * ,rx * I I I * I r I niiAnt# iii r. i»', |,4V* m. .ii 

A AH i FOR BTOVEfl AND SIATOKl*- l llnrd f Jfunr A Brini Ltd nnm for (kllfiry wbtn rt- \\ A^TFt' ^OAIID riURINO DA^ 

> A S.wduat burner. In.l.lied and re- »yg Johnaon Htreel >«'"<>■ J L Lang 1201 Wharf BI O «#M I.!’. »*? rh-ldren ft.# dan weekly 

HI 



\\'AN1KT- BY RETIRED LADY WARM 
* » ronm *p.| full boaid in nice home, 
T >0070740 ORDERS FOR 1*44 CTHCKS, INI t 37M 
D R I 



O P tired. The kind that ptodure 



Boa 



••‘■I anina n can tir ^ ( ,e * '.amv In 'IXJntrr a 

am* U-I anulie.1 ntev vour old 'onf ualng vour B'»a- I f«i mu a bate ll„.i won't 
to nn *"9 ’hlnjle* a* an Inaulatlin blanket <»•»■ oood for a lifetime 

tar, .applied and Inatailed by ».p-M ^ Uh GU wit 



I penenc'if aorkmen Guaranlee af work 
manahip and material 



F. W WOOD CO. 

FTioot O 3314 — #0 Elmt Avanut 



ter and a iik toppl.ig 
burn or ataiii 
thi ' k that fit# 
moulding, cot* »ttlt any hand-aaw 
Variety of cotnra tn mottle or linen type 
ilevig-, 4 * •' *h'#l» »*tb. 334. «' a 4 

ViriDRIA ROOFINO A rNHUTJkTInN CO |*hee'» OT 3' * ra'h, 112 
1 133 Quadra Street B 3331 and 0 4414 DRAIN TILE 

4-fnih drain til* Bmi quality clay or ce- 
ment. per lineal foot, •■> trgia 

STEWART A HUDSON 
Retail Lumber and Builder*' Buppllva 
403 Gorge Road B 3171 



ADANAC ROOFING COMPANY 
k srilALT SHINGLES EOR NEW HOME 
I • * m re-rncftii# r»aya H 377f, evening, 

A BETTER HOOPING SERVICE ~ 

I ktmotn AND ACE 7E.X nOOEB LAID 
I' tompleta Hevagnn or aouare butt;. ,, vl ir N , i 
New roof* or over vnur preaeni ahtnelea 'I 
‘ifr.iai 'ead '.liar ffaah'nga nn rk'mnm I 
App'ovnt aon.'lratnrt E»t>er1enred work-! . 

. < * 

.n or tie* Ten aHo~bi>nr dry *" »"#* miarar'erd lermv If daatied alwafa «ch^i 
. IT'. I ep Id g! 30. National r, 9* ••'hn.tev No nbMgaiK.n 



SPECIALS IN USED 
FURNITURE 



paired fltiivn trptlrrd 

I G 6142 

4 NYTIME NO WAITINO STOVES CON- wh.tTrfer.’ , ^on*'t'44B2 
I * » nerted. furnace repair* E43I4 or 



T71NTTON' - FOFl A BETTER 8ER 

dutl ar oil burner* call aack* nr mure .Feather* 



4 TTtNTIONI - 

* * ' - ' 

O . Wali.ul Dining Table, 8 Chain *2 Vi Domeatia Sale* 1*1# Doug la* E 3^512 

3-Flece Figured Velour 

- \ enamel 

i Btnre flier* . 423 Port E35II _ 



I) 



MASURF, 

OCR GUANO, nir WONDER FBRT1 
liter. II 06 per aack. 



J L Lang, 1363 Wharf Bt . QUH 

— *334. Colon Ifl 

HATCHING - SPACE AVAIU _= 

!.»*• Hite* moiitba 49 
for egga from Gnvernmant approved and 
hlnod-lraled Bnrka A r Nia. IB* Blnu 

A. e'uie Vlrtni.a «»*.!!# | HAVE A' CWifMODAllON IN MY HOME 

for on* or two ret -on* avnilavnen pra- 



ROOMb TO RENT 



, Duck Farm. Ri^nev Fhnr 



CheaierOrld Suite 
#-Pl#ee Bedroom Butte, new 
H -F Maitrna 

Canarr Yellow Love-Seat flby*9tew 

Odd Walnut Buffet 



delivered for twr. ( ’C^XyNXJDt-XDOO POULTRY PARM rerred frw m.uu’g from Oily jfall, *•> 
• 111 lb Btdnri . Tag pulelta, roaater* and fryer* M27 irantonr'aflon PTimi# a 3144 

iir. Cedar /Mil) Croaaruad. (i 014* ------ — — - 

- | J AROB COMFORTABLE MODE BN 



* TTENTION. boo snippnui 



' 4 LMOST NEW. SMALL SIZE ALL BROWN l,#LU-O RAY ILLUMINATED SIGNS AND 
80 - X enamel wood^lrru)aje_r.33« SO Carter* I fluorcacent fteturae; guaranteed dflA’4 w r gy 

lUliT. |*> • Farm Produce Co.. Victoria, now oSer Boa 7)«# C«»1»ji.l»t 



'delay, phone right away, fleimont 



room partly furnlehed open mraola#* 
. _ .plenty evjpt>r,#rd vparr rlo«* to tranepnru 

SWITZER m EOT* formerly The i | nn • • ;dr.« p f middle .tied buitnea* lady 



129 30 
133 01 

33. Sfi! Bt’avt. Plione B 4614 



I \RUM HIATT RA WITH TUB BMOKB 
• * !eat door, mad# 



HOLLAND BROS. & CO 



NO FOOLING 

H AND-PICKED Nn I FIR NEVER BEEN 
«n wateT Good fur furnace, fitrptac* 
af kitchen I cord 34 40 I rnrdv til. «.rrs 
IT' f>. etlelng* I rotd 317) 71. 
coax) for kllcliv 
Malahat wo«d 

Fuel Co. pnonr t 3417 STEWART * HUDSON 

■■ 4M Oorea B. ad Pbora B 3171 

N O I FIR MILLWOOD 1%-COftT) 

Hiaita 17 00, alove lengtha 



MIXER TGH RENT WITH 
ifed whaeltarrcw 78 Craaae 

b*i»3. 

1 1 at " 1 I 'IMF vi PIG. KB, FLAGSTONE; TILES 

Dial real* ' aulii) foundaflon block! Your credit 
1033 Balmoral Ro.it 



634 FORT ST. 

| 



KIDDIES' TOY CHESTS 



wmi TUB BMOKB- JNOK PAIi - CHILD'S CfUB. LARGE .fou tha ou>*t complete egg f 
to order. 63* David * vise rscailenl rendition, alao ativer I avallablt with eold aiorag* 
t.lghta 8 4423 I ftn muff, at raw Call 11*8 I -nek ley Rued vludlng individual locker* 



UNPAINTED 

VARNISHED 



Twa-fneit mliiwood IS enrd* #7 00— Ideal 
fee drum furnace ot larga fireplace 



H ARKNETT FUEL CO 
#17 render* Aeenu* Phona O 734* 



FIR 



No t 

L I' -ISLAND 



fir 



| IlfOttF TODAY EuH UP-lAt A 

l mu SLABS • 

lilpekt. clean and •»* t aplltll"* 

immediate Delivery 
PNONS O 0734 

I Cord 63 40 I C*l4l 

HONEYMOON BAT FUEL 



snort NO 

#4 Y E ABIE RI IOPINO EXUmiFNCB 
at Your Service 
Advtoe ead BeUmaiea Frva 
J N “JOCK" FINDI.AY 
BC NOOEERh m At.ENCIES 
Bhn*nanm af Tcmniraw at 714 View 
Ma'ftialt A.ailaMa— Ha Waitto* 

« »«T2 • O 7M4 Ntghl O 4*04 

R» Al#ip r» « A OENUTNK 

Dunnii) uoor 



I, 'OR MODERN CONSTRUCTION USE 
| ' aoncMte and pumtew emri* m<kh 

i for everv arcni.er.tural requirement In-' 
Quite Vi', tana Concrete Ltd I 111 fao 
cqtiver s« B flit . • | 

l I) TQ8BKR— I 

• tevttij# inv)3v.i4 I3tl2vj4. appro* 
|R ft 3123 Phone O 747*. alter 4 p tn 



ARROW FURNITURE CO. 



grading vet flee 

facilitlae tn t»A FI BNIAI1ID 

.. Spaclou* cold 

z' ooDjpBiLn oracvLATTVa fn>*m | cwnt dm., „ D „ SSS ' A S". w «‘“. 

9* medium elte. retainable. E3IS8 afte • JO- gallon atewl drum* New Method aiahteatare Meaia. poultry frnetad frulta winter rate* 3ft C*mt>Gdre (1«1)7 

,1 pm i Laundry. 047 North Park Street and vegetable* may be purchased In the — — - - — 

\\ A-tfWTIC COAL AND WOOD RANGE l.^OB VENETIAN BUNDS AND SUP Pun ^ ' N rV*»l*HTl, BfDROOftf. 

**• )*Z# WhtUler Ave I -Pactftc V eneiian Blind Co. 1113 Port Ifreight paid on e 

i lIL HEATERS AT PRE-TAX PRICED-- | POR HAUL ROOL SOH AND MANURE Mr *' e * rou r,D h * 

9 • Norge Quaker anl Cn'en an The Idea! * Oenwrtl hauling 0 7423 J C- BWftZER A SON, ITK5 Bt.ANSHARD laa Stfee 

wav to heat your cr tire amatl home at low ... ” Behind lb# Bay on Arena Wav' 

re<A- Buy now while available. |41 ftg up It 0,1 PALr ** . TWO-BURNKR OAf! 

I Mata. Al aondiuan, M Phone 

AN > N . . 



I,#0*HIAHFD ROOvf sue Ah EAST 

I optional A'lUlt Opm»* 



"til* Park. Dane* 



313 60 

316 30 



1 Al>a reduced prlcea nn electric fanv (or 
I rtefroattng window* 8‘3-ln. blade* Eagl 
J Oil RuGiera, 74ft Brough!r.n Btreet 

IN 



I, 'OR QUICK SERVICE ON VENETIAN . 
• blind*— ARC Deroratora 0 341* I 



nice new home acreaee, 
83# Holland Avenue 



1314 GOVERNMENT tNe.r T.te.l_E0034 0' , ? a ^r^ltton C ™e* C W f’ 0 " * AlX ~ ^ATE-tEGnED TABLE 

m 1 Apply flut'P 3. 120 Ooe*t. Btreet 



^ I^RONT R(« . 'l"KEfi 

I. :i Algo * i ** 1 n * Aeai • 

Apply Vice bleeping boom suitable 
j fi»e pne linen aunplied Phone E 333* 



I E I Ml 



VENETIAN BLINDS 

I. ’014 NAI B -OVER 4 000 SHIP LAP. NO l Home mndernUatiOfi completed in on# rail /lu , 

I 2»« it# few pte<e« 30' t 72E3 itep Wa cheerfully furr.tafi free e*tima4ra rjEJiTALRANi 

Pbor.e. u* for imme.liala aervlra. I 11 d^mer 1 ' b 

2,500 



300 



t |NE NLVEI'fNO ROOM. 
9 ' hot aater K *772 



PIJTNTY OF 



FVET CJOC'D BttlLDINa TILE; 
bargain, *113 K ft»40. 



|«0S CI.OT (UNO. FT BA anosa ETU 

U LL't EVENING OOWN. SIZE 14. SILVER 
fthoea, nrw. »tre ». and other tlothiog 



SUN RAY CO 

t«3 YATEB BT 



DOLLY CHICKS 

Nrw HAMPSHIRE PULLET CHICKS 

I >niEBCTH.*l RKATTn NEW 1311 VAN- ( JUSItSirTEED NATIONAL CASH UO try" SreUl**!* Fatgm *We#thnlme ’ Phnn'e tJLEEPlrfO A' « OMMODA7 ION FOR 
I cav'r Street between « and 7 71 \ M l ' r ' . . frr °n ,,, 'f"hed in alocti *!•« Dunrap :| b.iati.eia pe«rple or a it rf-tawn gueeli 

rlert-le . lr. r > eddl-.y rra'h.r.ev and iirJ ~ iT r r — '7 ~ ' Reaeonabt* rate« g« f Q u r fi lg AHUM t 

EAGLE Oil BUR PER BALED— 17 MS] *»*!»» Owen A Klrhardaoa. 828 Jobnior. | C WKW HAMPBIIIRE PUILTTB. START- , r, lr.il 

STOYB B AND BUTIN ETU. fftreet Phene E »23J tog t# lay. II *0 each 431 Kent Rd , 

"' a'injon oil burner heatera . vrujiiiffa IIGASTEI) TO PE It F EC TTOTI ** ^ ana»> ^ HOD8EKEBPINQ ROOMS 

hot-aa'er unlit furflace burner* Atr«n- ( g roahtkijto rKiiETcrnow in MORarq 

.« fifi* ntt from ba<emeni drum 1; V* r,n '’'ff^edier.u tr.l 



Imifgo purppv 
dlreel to kitchen ran 
PHONE B *431 ’o order and 

'7*9 Itfughtnr. S'reet 



\ GOOD HOUND 

weight 1.401 lb 0 rvat* aid trice 434 



WORK HORSE 



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n rare* Bteel rarkt mad*. B » »« S»*t>u» butter 

all n|T burner arreaenei*. .. y OD EliN im ERIOB ’ — * * - 

Bnleh For floor* and wondwnrk ‘ n ‘ ’ n * *" ,nr 9 T 

• all* and reltlnga. In batLnmcn* ard rpt/CKFR'H ftLA< KRMIIII BltOP— Hunon- ( * 

ktt'be-a Of »ii«-#»*f rvi.rerre rt.irabllltv it 



TO RENT 



Trip WASTING FUEL OIL. INSTALL A 



111 



And A iM.lt* bv tha Aw,, 
of (Hduei li'*"f.ftg A i 

Tl.e M *"«(•' lurtf) nf Geautn* 
Dura'ij PradUCU 



ed Appli ataii 
• r Ca . Lid, 



l 4 #OR BALB - MIRACLE LOUNGE I COE 
I • vtrta vtylel. like new. 371 Phana 

" ■ ■■ • »- i ; tpm 



v AVE PIANO STOnr FktRCH ASES USED money. Hon Olpyer E 3071 



w ARC burner Natet oil and detired 



Plenoa for t**h. 744 View Bt 0 3313. 

I,7(JR SALE "hEINTZMA 
* ■ piano. Phune O 3701. beta eeu 7 and 



ft ta heatproof, acldarnof alkali 
prnof and walerpronf Genera) Pa! 

1 4*3 Oxigtaa Street EMI* 



ABACAUARR A 

A2JIEB AND OlNTUinm - IF YOU 

r U« KER H BLAt -KP. 14 1 111 eHOP-IIUtoa- * ' *» r1 • »V’'r hOut-keepine raofa ot 
tboell.e ar.rwhera any Um* Heal *1 *7 1 b * *“• 

“““ ’‘■•"“f *«u kindle Rental* 

CA1TLR vaiwita, *ai»l Strret Haiti ft-ft. 



IAN STEVEN rtO I 



Ti'tf Ouarantee „• Matenala *r,d 
CO ! Workmanahtp 

HOME BUILDING PRODUCTS. LTD 

^PECTAlTsAUr — ONE WEER ~ONL7 7MH Oovirnmenl Bfteel Phone O 3421 ,, 

O Guaranirtd No I Hr never oe*n tn — — 

water all hand pitted. I corda lit 
rout «) |o Prompt delivery Victoria 
Dauglaa fuel 183« Ootar>icn*nl O 4>«a 



| v IRL'B BOOB CRAYEWETTV WATXJft- . _ Z 

9 * prool coal full? aelf- lined, ll lo 14 |!_T. 

Q 4143 . 



■ut WEEN BY LTXvPERAOE WOOD loo . EIR 
I’ - One cd . 63 M. laa rd> . Ill, kindling 
IS rd Phone E 4731. EMM night. E 6*3-7 i 

PEi 1AI BAUC — Ooaean teed No I Fir 
never In waiar. 1 ed a . lit. I rd . is mi 
V ictoria Dongle* Fuel 1K4 Unvt. G #4*4 



\ ti irri 
ahlnglea 

Pcompt aervl 



rtH or ROOEINO - CEDAR 
and ahakeq a aperuuy,! 
» Eve# eat tm a tea Tweuty 
tear* eipetietice tour euaiantra 

BROCK nOBLRTSON 

3711 Mount Stephen Avenue I 



e » ENTLEMAN'B DIIBBB BUTT tTAILfll 
9 6 tile 14. 314. alfv cirri* ahlftg, rollara 
'« Phone O 2104 

”l 1RL B INTERLINED _ BOXED ItUST 
coat, II year*, 114 M Plmii* E 31*# 

ADY 8 IUGUKST QUALtl Y. NEW. BL] 



|>IANO BY WILLIB. TORONTO. UP- 

* right. In good erudition. 8340 ur near , Go»arnirrnt Straee 



BOOTH ALL STOVE CO 
BawduM Burner* 

Sloe# and Furnace Repair*— Boiler* 
Coal Stoker*— Oil Burner* 

Victor!* B C 



I ftlANQ A* D BFNCK. SMALL. APT 
Ivorv |140 or near offer Onod con 

dltlon O 4773 

K USHER STAMPS . lUiBINBOt Pit ERA 
Printer* Pioneer rubber alamo mat 



nt Store | <tc 

r J’lfHkE P1E.E C*)W8 



ftl A 



44# A Yateg Street 
FURNISHED 



It) II 



effer "4« Della# R»*d. between 3 an<f 6. 
W'dr.etda * Nundavft 



I Bulldtnr Phirna E 441 






WE WILL PAY CASH 



vrr fui fur ruat aite ik Approaimafe! 
i value 11 000 Hlgheai latii of rtf taken 
M'ltl leav* llqn Phone Ladytmtlh 327 



E*7R YOUK PIANO 



FLETCHER BROS 



A B BOWKKR - OIL BURNERS 

fnetallatlooi and Herein* a Bpeetaicy 
Burner* for !ram*di*ta Inatallation aiw mrhmr>nd'"Road 
I Automatic Fitel Oil Pump* and Cortiatit- 1 
level Valve*— Copper ColU In rta lied 
PTione a 1443 613 Gore btreet 



C REAP POR 

q.U'k tale, and ton fretlt hnfert < vLEBn BRIGHT H K ROOM — burr 
*• b>'tlne^ lady nr gentleman » «.,*.« 

wi.e- FA48ILT I'lU it LOW. pnmit LA KOI R / 1 i. fCTH fMHI l 
month! freeh. er4de AyrahTe^l hGfer ’ .nd kltehmetr* n yj*4. 

mnnii-a I wnrkhorae qut#l aboot 1 tori GUtQU 14 GUT R Of-' 0 Eft: EE F7 MO kOOM, 

Richmond a*MMNmbmm=€9r\Zk i‘ oVilrJ?'!! ..»# jm-n. 

3* flowera 'mnma polled planU >11# Mill va I^r.dli g _ _ _ 

-r.a E *314 I I 12.4 EV.RT NT rURNISHED flGUHE. 

( > EjrRI’jER A TX*R TWO-DOfm Gget » »*t- 

** »rtl 0 ler'rtr Sellable for ato'e or a • 
itrgvr home N»a midar Call F 1007 J\ 



8' 



i g j t c»‘ial nnP 8 w * t^E# 'rn iii ru - 
new O Wi __ 

DONE DRY FIR WOOD * 



TILE ILIlUa 



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P-im.AND llA FIR - BERN IN THE 



HrTTlRG. BlWlOt. UKARTHR. 
ra'hruumt. atUi haute >-iared Tile 
#d rrtfiWMlt 0 3446 



*TT'PT BELL BEJOB COLORED A Milt ! . 

•»l can broadiad roat V length. 6J» | |t» DOUOLAB STREET 
1 F.atra c*od value 

M SVf* TAMP 
ll 3724 



O *302 

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4 -HOLE ALt- ENAMEL FAWCETT GAB 
'Inge with naen and grill What of- 
, ,,.,'lHV' Ar*o enamel Irani Mntfal garba#et 
° TH ' Burner R 2*4* 



B 4I.IO# AND HEFAfBJ 



4A% 



■ ALRftfui 



TTENTION - DOGS AND CAT# 1 * -» — - 

hoarded 7a Vicar .a • wexi mml J* HOI S» K M PINO ROOMA 
modern aecommod* turn bardtatv liwli- ^ 

’ ' 71 Z i?.. vidual quarter* for fto Dog. aathvd u.4 “ ANTF.I) 

rt o 3*44 * #2.4 4 ,ne*#d u*i [»ti Farm Ker nei*. Ravn- 

K OC RA TOP SOIlT MANf’Rf ROAO.fH b * tf 

\ e-a>wJ oeqeyal heating Fhn^> B J4» 



DOTTfk HORNE A ND COW MAwv.inr i; 
16 bta'C •■•It and eli.dert 



aaaie pan MGnftcaen U'a 



A 



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Inch euarauiaad dry; IT p»f mrd In >wn- 
nil mta III Her vat Fuat Co n Nil) O t*4l 



trgiiunti6o 



POR GOOD Vil'Mi.l.r-irnf REI’AiRA • B 
' phone E Iangaa. b 4114 leivnw 



, . r,Tv-T-n A <om «™ en^.Av. tou JESTST AXSTZw, «. 

9 • la match a drvtttnakvr nil tn blue ** 14 per rmr* en a new radm *)e 
all ***** a® 41 hum ivatu# for only »t. Do tale at li* Pvm-i 

'I’UXTT'O r«m SAIF. SL'.E 31. IJS. AErLY 



i value for ooiy »l. 

> tWfUm Dldg 



| A 

IUKFDOSUIT SLZB 44 WITH 14 DRESS 



LL RADIOS KEP AIRED - 
and prompt Guaranteed 



Ired Cham* bled etc Wntk guar- 
an teed BC Logwirg Power baa her* lea 
MM Flagard Street Victoria O HtU 



OPOT CASH POR TOUR USED RECORDS 
k - #C baand A Rad!* Ferelca B *111 



iy.. I*" 

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ahort hair, bt*'# an^lAveUrn fuiad 



ttl Grtier rr 
' white He ta a good child • pet and aalrh 
|d*'e Haa been bathed, defleaed dendnr«ee-1 
| and dutempef-lmmanlaad. # mor-th* 



FI IVRNM) > * - 

II K tifrju nmumgrtT 

B*a- or. ittll Park At# 



Ilk fl 



^e-t ■ ’EtiEFTtY REQUIRED BY Stain ESS 
pW Lf vteua h>'jnc»»i,< far 'i t tag m •#>>. 

Ro» ICTb Cntcr.*#*. 



AL81RTA S00TLLSS COAL 

EUR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 
Ho'ivehald Uao 
Black Dtamood Lump 

Black tUamOhd •»"*n 

Black Diamond Nut 

Furnace fit* 

III Park f*nbhl* *c reel'd, per lan 
aet Park Cokble p*» *"• 



•hlrl far ante Phone Cl >444 



run EVENING COAT. *■- 
detachable heod S'fe 14-18 



VACtlM UMIII 

\ H ELECTHIC VACUUM CLXA.NKRh \\' H ! T * ' 

i'Oairad Pari* all Mate* OrnaJ.fa ' ,ro * , ‘ l 

IrebritOed abed* eattme* baqa. bviia * 

mator# reeaad Ulaneq Call G 3 1 13 » 7 Foil LADtfW COATW SIZE lb-14 MAN 

W ATI M SB r AIRS \nutt L "" Jl * ny ,0,r 

(UR \\’*TCM REPAIRS - omega SPECIAL I 

9 9 ut* Keninn. Ltd watchmaker* an 
| leaeFcia foil Vale* Street f. »MI 

WINDOW CLIANIWO 



- EFFICIENT r ^ - I ■ t m'pqwER *A W AND 'P° OVR MANY CV’BTOMBRR ANE I »EAUTIFUL fOCKER 

— MEMBER Practically new 741 Vancouver Si Aak T ERT ,,A PPT A ND PROBP EROUR NEW" . mil* aaal Meimrkei 



J7EPERT RADIO REPAlRb 
* r N n l Aamnaan i 113# Oav l O 4722 1 fur WGtef Loc':»imd. between 

I ■ ■ • ■ — ■ — a pm. 

, ' KRAI EIJh'TRI'.' MANTEL RADIO 

9 I l jo I'h.n. niftdP ( j FNERAL ELDCTR2C MOTORS 



PtfPFIBS. AIJ 
mmantfed C ■ r 
■urn aid* ft" ad 



contained ae* rim ml 

SI FLATS \MD AP ART MFNTB 
TO RF*fT 



UNCTION RADIO - REPAIRS 



teehnlrtana Quirk aervlra ■ I #37 



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ENT'S LTD - EXPERT RADIO 8ER9- 



I hp far lair VICTORIA ELECTRIC 
BY.MnTOlUl 1411 Blanahard. 0 0436 



T^AR 
BARRY'S 

im oovHRNMDrr nnwn 

and 1411 GOVERNMENT ETTkEET 



i ’OLKEIkB OF QUALITY. CKC RbOtD- 

| " J tered peautlfat glodrn email Aatevlean, ATTENTION AEARTMSWT ONE 

LANDLADRb LAND1GRZM 



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SPECIAL ATTENTION 
r«IWTR SAW OPERATORS— A , 



l NM NOW I THE CAPITOL MATTR 
-A Fart 



ftit •> 



HARr.lS ALBtRTA COAL CO 

PHONE C *••• 'I 4*66 

yn rort E#H6rr 



orv offer* a really rampleta * ,rT ' I f > 

•<-- ' nnr irt fng 01 New rn.tliea.e- to Ofg'T 

S ALWaVit MOOEHX HOME HEMilLl malltw. a - .1 ipgi-g j-pair* uphotatarv re t)OMW»ot 
gtve. tAl'.atartlwn wind"* a Haora !P>*r» . d recover* aup mvera 



A 

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■niaark aaalftd 
vanged 



ailDligd and elrauad teravyrrd drapertev remade rene 
a O 8143 71 *608 W»'1e t4» «rder n'hoaa raeov»re4 

— fbt"G TVS rvniglaa H'rvat O ill) 

>WN Ntlic, - WINDOW ’ LL*N|»»G 

■<'■>*11, f •>..• an ..na - -j TIV'T ( It FETEWFtFt-D - 5 EW # 

I r.”wi •a.ttghej. r w re j 3 ice. phvi >4 K >* 3 * . J velour uphoiaurg, n;« rhwt,e i 8 .N 



lew be (killed technician# and mart 
mndera ie*»lng eqatpnren' n#k up and •< »'• »Mekee A b«n# 
deliver Pham Bilk# 4*1 Valet BUrec Kflualve Men'; lo Victoria 

11 — - - - -I Even ire • 0 84") 

ADIO REPAIRS DONE BY COMPETENT 

technician • Fletcher Brim UN V * W MOOEl L 4-H P. I8L POWER. 

___j*a i/v t-ftm* par and chain*. B3i 

artera af-rr a p m 



omplvta lira of pa rta. with aervl'-* 'pYPEWIUTERS— FOB RENT OR BALE ! dread at Oekcraa* Farm Kar net* 
ana «** r'wrmwfart SI ! J. TUmlngtca Brand a rd KMC 



Of ai i qavfy Model I da lute puruaiaa 
lee Rand gift Brough'an S' 



*pe Fuppte. rag dv wa he ’art 

Eiaaawabla. Bn* 44g|. Cab»ni#i pr >33 

la land Nighwar Santal# Pnllm Had andgv new ma e eg tatm. 

I kOOS 1XKJN RIGHT 1 EEBJ. Kia mV f eggtTT • »‘k* . nt ? (Vu^aeg**^ ci'^gbgVum 

• ' Are ftfh'l wr»en Mtbad trimmed dg- ta yeu ate free 

uekerae* Farm Karneta Fhwtae 

Pav .ale Ca«a on# itm i Ofnee Sour* from 0-1. S-4; batorday I I 

"STfe 1 poSS ~to Hgax.~ r-THcnmaz • >U4 



UNORTTED TO HI 

prtc Waallful pa- her apar.wl pupa , -- - 

netugvewd atari Will mui #•»#!- | L^OM RENT 

. ■ farnl.her 



•ed it# k«VALL W Af NET 
t~ Cirttif E IBM 



MANTEL 



RADIO - 

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— fttrej fr*,-.. mmplv'a m retry dotal \\* 79 EFLh-*ALI -yr»ARING AIN-CTSH FXar* (“gar* -wupf. r.. rn'M- * ln|...‘«*‘ar ■ViaV^ 

r \\ » "NhOfF *•■■ a„d ready to V. yn u r H». . >|’».hfjiip:.! | M; itr jt LET | _ * 



EtL l t ' A 8 II I ft G MArmNE AFAR TMENT | | rnn |^ prqigrt 
»«. 9? typa t*hi« •*#*•«•. rap* r«iy a mgfiaiieni W".ng dog-* > 7307 

• raai aware aater. ftftp ta. O. D 

JNOW SALE AMEK1CAN rOTKBR SPAN. I ARGE HARKMEIPT IKXMg AND KfT. 
I 1*1 at half price: a an hralrfi Terriee 1 * 



■EIJ'-COmAIxBD 
furmthed fmt tun UX ■ 



Maine a ring A Ca. 114 Far t Rirwl 



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THE DAII.V COLONIST, victoria; B-C, Ul-nNKSPAV. PUT MU IK .11. , 



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II HATH AND APAITMINT8 

TO RAM 

rivHiir.r • ' 

1 cent th, rn a id » 

Raul $Ji Include* f',«l l,ghl »ll4 »*••' 
Applj IUjt Bit A CoUmud 



AUTOMOBILES 



U *IU. EXCHANGE 9 ItOOMKD L’AHE 
uurt apt I nr • 4 or Itwiwl 

hnuae • tUiin Ift-iMla alrdo Uolurntahod 

Bit a Mil CnlollIM 

94 H.AI.N AMI AFAR I MENTM 

WANTED 

I,’ AM 11 Y or TIU4EF URGENTLY n*- 

I oulr* tinfurn,vl,e'l Will* or *i"»l' 1 
hone# rhitir*, hu* O Till. <r> . O 111! , 

U ’AHTXU - BY YOUNG 0C«tMMS 
■ oupit no children thr to- room ##lf ' 
contained imu by N"noW' 9* •»*!•»• 
*bi» anlurnuhrd t ITU 

U -A-. 

rhlldren three -room aelf-mntalned 



KNOWVTON SUPER SERVICE 

Tire* Ueturtxv and Aceaaaortaa 
14J3 OAK BAH AVENUE 
PHONE K MJ3 

t.B AITO Mirt. TIRO AND 

auitiumi 

, IAH - KADIO roll BALE 140 PHONE 
' / Mta e«a 19 noon aod^ * ♦*** 

1/ X M FV W BO- 

Ii (■ ru • ra r radio, consort# with aerial. 



Virota ra/ radio. 

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|/> M RADIO IT* HEATERS. ACCB 

5 I. aorias DriiMon’a F»'*u* s tation 

At ME GUARANTEED BA rT ERICS 

M i N'UT ACT7JRED IB VICTORIA- DO N T 
hi h ah priwa »*i yr,q doon Row. ra- 
randiiioned and r#|,i*i«d baiurtr* Ttrao 
(•Heading YUbeoulng Por atftk* tan 
FRANCIH BArrEIUBB A TIRES LTD 



RS AUTOMOBILES 

"OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT" 
CARS 

Itld Iuho Y -8 COACII 
I IM7 KAISEll a DOOH BED AN. 

1 947 II DICK HEDAN. 

>•47 HILLMAN MINX SEDAN 
| I MY MERCURY ' 114' SEDAN 
:»«4 CHEVROLET 4 DOOM SEDAN. 

1 1*41 BT ANtlARD 3-DOOn 8 EDAM 
, 1141 FORD RUBINRBB COUPE 
1440 PACKARD 4- DOOR SEDAN 
IIJ9 DODO* 4-DOClK SEDAN 
I4J4 BUICK SEDAN 
1 »J* HUDSON 4 DOOR REDAN 
l ISM CHEVROLET TUDOR 
, 19 J AUSTIN T COAOI 
1434 DODOE E-PAM COUPE 
,! 1*37 POOD 3-PAB8 COUP* 



AUTOMOBILLS 



AUTOMOBILES 

Theykoijt Cl WE cm' PE EX- 



FEARLESS FRANCIS SAYS 



I Th» Beautiful RHd# Bn*'* »»R? r 
rure ta The Deal buy ol th# W**4 Hoa 
,„me Brn. you *e got thia at the New Car 
I Prir.' and math# a llttl* lower It a •«’ 
(hr Big O-dlo aid Air -Coodit int.tr at.ti 
plenty of eatraa- 



BEN SAYS 



Boia a* »* got I" tire* #U the*# n#w f * r * 
1 »o P* ran U4* a Illlld rral after Dl of 
»he w«Uh Let rm all go— at Wlurleaale 
Price 



ir\a/N CHEVROLET Cl YH COUPE EX- 

! T4U • «Kut 'Bi.-HAfniT-l HOT PTWTtro- 

. Qon tT." 1 " Ol P* ‘•Tll.il V 

I yjU r - 11 * 1,1 -he,-* engtpe g.tnJ vV ; - 
It II '.on MlOW * 4164 

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194/ try romdrvihlp. J* * 00 . 0 «t 

M3l Catawiat 

1 n HU1CK BUPiJt BT AT ION W400N 

I 94 / 

|« -IW Pn* E43I Co ■ 

mon ECIRD BEDAN -45IEN AT KNOTT 
19/9 * Elf ttrd Srrnta BlaUon HUl 
title and Douclaa BUeeW 



72 MOM Y TO LOAN 

- — . — -,4-—- 

I ,-Hl3T MCRTOinr t-'A’tp t am Pf 
I 4 aiTanae.l proutpiD Ihioewh in* laeili- 
pta «f Hit Mtrittit Loan DeparUDOnt- 
Yttur KaiWriet Ar* |B*U*d an At! Ttp*» 
nl Rn.drr.ua] Ptoperlr in (irea’.er Victoria 
TUma Arrmr.aed lo EiU Your Rea ul remenU 
Including Lo« D • Under The Natl^nhl 
Houtlna Art 

Curfrnl Inlerert Rale* and Loo Coeta i 
Btuarraa* Ruainata Bnllrltrd 

THE W ANt T FACTURER* LIFE 
INSURANCE ( OMFANY 
C B Ctemant 

103 Frmberlon BuUdina OJM1 



BUSINESS orrOKTUNITIES 



GABBY GERALD SAYS | 



, 



HOUSES TO BENT 

* _ 



VtW 4W4I4 WEED CHAIN* ARTS 
-> r-eretr* uattar Keauna Ctu.aroad 



— ~ Viw 4QO»li WARD CHAIN* I 1>J4 CM gvROLET TUDOR 

\-OUN«7 COUPLE NO r HflTJUrN R» 1 ' ♦'« ' r e_Oarag» *E ‘ j,!* PACKARD 4 DOOR SEDAN 

aapt Mth!. F brine E 3734 or Cl 9TY7. an TRUCKS 

- — r ^v P »M*JAe« m I>}7 FORD .-TON PICKUr. 

M HOI SES TO CENT , w . i . Ptprn ' r w D. 

TUf*n.WAOni I «M W^UDIMMU. «TC JJJ} I ly \ YARD DUMP 

dlather^mn-rva** ^nra*»' U ha^illnt *itt>rag* . eOMFT.RTAIlLB CABIN TRAK ER *’> INI U M l’ 3 -TON FLAT 

rradnE 1303 Wharf RJI«4_ ' tomm'idallon for |«MM. ilurdF. „ 4# t IlKvnoLET PANEL 

mvu hrtoh .KANnrbK * FoRAd* r-tdrodh, .77^ ! 1 »^ CHEVROLET S TON FICKUF 

Purnllura and Piano Mnelna |NOR BAM I» » AUSTIN "lO 1 VAN l4J# pj ymouTII S -TON PICKUP. 

— Dr at and Lon« Dillanra U toort condl' ot fjtifi < all 741 Van-, 

Baggtga *'»«!•>* L'ralina atm Bhurpto* , I1U ,„. ■.(,**,. bri»e-o 3 and 4 p at. At* TDAfTC IKIC AmOTP 

Pbona E»4li *• ,, *. rr lentM TRADt-INS ALLfcK I t 



OOR T MIBB ' BEN B BIO" Bet'er BPE 
i CIAI. PALE a.l you have to d" l« i»!> U» 
, jtnit prOhlflB. Brn a gel the ANSWERS- 

PRICE* FROM 

$195 to $3500 



a iu evt ' 

YOUR INJCXET BOOR 
DRIVE NOW 
DON 7 DREAM 



1936 r I M-rSMiralR OK 

Kubher food »«:■<) Ex ring- 14« Quad a 

, . , OLDPMOPn* SEDAN - RADIO 

I I 94 I healer WBai nflertf Dr.ahinn 

1 B«r»t re B'atlnrt . 

i r»-»n Fon» convertible good 
I V.lll ..nHiiuin tv ol let i.l't 103 



M UKTUAOl MONEY AVAI UABL* -l UB 
rent rate* Immediate derlalont 
Canetdu A Mar Ltd- 1313 Broad Btraei 
r >174 ! 



M ortoaoe and n n a loans— con 

(u)l Pembrrt'in .lolmea Lid- SR 



i non ,, * 8H ** DAN <' fK3D rriNDi- 
I y/9 i t»n. lu((»g* ran on u-h S *- 4*3 
]7M U-iad ra I 



A IIIUT MOR I GAGE PRIVATE LOAN 
A BUILDER* PROGRESSIVE LOAN 



Ker & Stephenson, Ltd. 

THE FIRST OF OUR RAXOAINS TOR 44 , 

LOOKING FOR A 
GENERAL STORE 

'a large healed *ior* otin a nra-jear laaa* 
i of 1100 P0 monihl) Ueing quariara for 
a itrfr 'troll; General mtrehandtte aloea 
1 Worth 44 OUC and a nnuierii »ain* bar tha» 
doet an -treUeni Irad* Good auuipmeni 
and r*frkge'* Uor ’ Thu at' ra lenda tlrwll 
i lu rouaiderable gBpanatmt and U weaiei. 

, in a aell-aaulad acre jual uuUlde the man 
I pualnrtt area The preaerl ownera ha»* 
operated thu buaine*» aurceeafully foe the 
oaai It teara and are offering II tor aaie 
for private reaecna Pr*»f nl volume o! 
buau.eaa eaiimated al aoproaimalely •> 9"® 
per m.tnlh but muld be tnrreaeed. An 
rarallaai parmerahlp proivaiiiM 

APARTMENT BUILDING 



LUMrLt I tL T i 



BOUSES ri>K SALE 

M ATTRACTIVE FOUR ROOM Bit COO 



I a H A7TRAC 

."A BUNG AIT 



tir rr!»'« l»« bedrooiiii htca tllrhen alui 

pap try nlr» batbrnow lovrlr IhUdacaped 
lean and gerden Inm tree*, oulaide **»' 
age Near Rea. on Rill Park Cloae IP «H>. 
a ,..P a. IBM new .educed 

A eerv all r active PIE ROOM RUNOAU7W 
Full-ala* trammel. I »llh drive .n . A't’’ 
Lovrlj land*, ai^d garden at'd laa i» r V 
gaud location, handy ip every ear vane t»*o 
Ocm Of our very bea« buy* tA77S 
at Una new lo* price -90/ / 

A GOOD INVESTMENT All furr lah*C atl 
rented APARTMENT HOUSE o.. Oil M* 
Avenur fliovlrg a nel lomm* Ol *!*>«» 
per tear A three- r*' rn ■«'»» C*rr 
laier.pot included It* revenue Full c » mat. I 

ZZtZ" " U to * , ;*a ,#r $14,000 

A good and aotand YPN -ROOM HOUR* all 
1 FURN IBHED end RENTED ah.‘«ll‘« » h«‘ 
iretenue of 119 n#r month lie* furnace 
'Largr lot right in Victoria • hu»irte«» 
I centre. Very valuable properlf. Partv mu -l 



(thi* tea prlee of ^ ’ wu 

VIEW REALTY. LIMIT El' 



in .a NASH SEDAN EX« tl.l.ENT CON- 

BEN DELIVERS THE GOODS d.l.on eeerythlr,. gond l!«4 



Aaa 0a for Comptat* Oetalla 



TRUCKS - COUPES 
REDAN* COACH** 
LARGEST STOCK 
TO PICK FROM 



1 n a A NASH SEDAN EX< EI.LiNT CON- 

I Y4U tiit. or. rvftyirmg g«v.d ti i»d oillebpie mart s co. ltd 

p i*:t | Eaiabllahfd If 1 1 ( 

t AAO WHIPPET FOUR-DOOR SEDAN m port Bueel Fhon* I 

I Y/O It. liable tr* iportaiicti Good 

BUlraf* 1199 ra.h ITou* K *331 * - — - 



IV 1 LOAN pi» r tulle* of Uirt* TOvttu each In a VTE^' REALTY LIMITED 

i bui’dii.* with all Ure nacaaaartea Hoi water c tn i rfc | p m K Fhona 0 1311 

Oetalla oil fdrnaoe. refngeraiora. elacUlc atovea 

'ard Brapla-e* Hardwood Haora, garage* t Mr I^dlow. pun 

3. LTD locker* and good eleU»ealin*» Situated In. Mr Bergeroa. B E314 

I eery good dlatflel rloee to tranapartatltm ' • 

Phona O lift Overhead low and property In ea.ellent 
Ihon# Ollii t|on Cn , iulu .in u vacar.i f or | 

hV new owner and Uit revenue at the 



|U FURNISHED I SAVING TOWN MUBT BEt.L 3 TO*< j 

| REST SMALL FURNISHED HOUSE ' no Ll 'V > arilVoT'^gl »d* ,h E 90ii or SUM j 

I In the c/.untrv r.u»« to hifhwar — .... . 

Apply Rot M7*. roUmtU \ | ILK BIIIFFXHS W ANTED A REU- 

- -- • a bla ipa’.'t la offered It* th* '• 

MB L’NFIBKIBHED •-•tern 1 i earnery Victoria BC Contort 



V ACAi r r T ^U ARY-4l EIOHT.RAd3Ml.Ir I ^ ^ . 

t i nja* hftt-aater lt#a* light and 

Ren i lab fu.'eretcr* , 0 . n HAY EA ANDERSON rp 

1. Ccdtml'' IY4Z Ed'dPoed for logging. 



water auppbed Rent It 
rewulred Boa 1410. Colon 



1 A An ,M ' f ‘ • CM ' 'S TIC 
|y4z Equipped for toggir* eatellerl 

I condition 1917 d'l*' a».e Ford truck 



57 WANTED TO KENT — HOUSES e-.uipped far. Mgg^* Hrrt 

, ti-in Ai«« on* (3-tnn Columbia and ore 



* — 10 -tr.n Biandard ingglng trailer Phone 

I'UUNIBHED OR UNFURNISHED THRFF , M 

* n five roodkf ai>v di*tr -1 39 y**r* in - ■ 

rlty Boa R>79 CoIonUt __ I yegW BrUDEBAKEIt TRUCKS 

I I ELF ME TO UNITE ^1TH MY FAM JAMESON MOTORS LTD 



rlly Boa 1019 CoIonUt 

XT ELF ME TO UNITE *ITH MY rtM 

* * l)r for OtrltUBg* wi'h a two-hedronm 
houae or what hat* roul Ftion# WllUatri 

BEAM 

f ANTED—UWFURN lflit ED HOtJKE. DU- 
p!ea or aullabl* autl*. ihra* adulu 
Mutt be In Oak Bai O **»l 

•7 4 rtBNIARin 



nrvf BTUDEBAKEIt TRUCKS 

JAMESON MOTORS LTD 
340 Brnughum 

Btudabakar • Hudaon - Hillman 

lAdl CHEVROLET 'i-TON NEVERi 
194 1 bey«, f „,t t.f rlly. Perfect ron 
aifui 4i)oon original mileage Sale to 
higheat bidder by owner Bo* 4*13 Colonial 



TRADE-INS ACCEPTED 

. FINANCING ARRANOED 

WE BUY, SELL 
AND EXCHANGE 

CARS WANTED 

BPOT CASH AT ONCE 
OR 

CAR* BOLD ON CONSIGNMENT 
NO BALE-NO COMMISSION 
OPEN TILL I P M. 

VETERANS' AUTO SALES 
LTD. 

Cor. Caledonia and Q .adra fta 

B 3213 



If VI.U V# gt'l the -New Car Blue." - 0 U 
i4ii,iild aer the Old Car Caaliter TODAY | 940 
; When tou aay >ou want a new Chevrolet . | Jl0 
or Plymouth a* won l aay tnayh* tf every-. _. 
hie* guea right a* miahl deliver an* li. 

NO \l"}L±' 



1ATO OLDSMOEILF IN GOOD roN- 
I yjO ii"Q vlUrJinaier five new tlrei 

[Call at NH OOdk Street 

, n .n SPECIAL DP LUKE 9-PARS»N 
I Y4U *rr r»tapr Ouicl ae'i.in waniet! 
11. JS0 Bee Olaon IS07 Blativhard BUeel 



t A A A iSKF - COVERED IN. OVER 
IV44 t a lied, 1779 *7l Nik**!* street 
aftSr 9 pm. . 



CURRENT RATE OF INTERRBT 

BROWN BROB. LTD 

I 70* Fort Street Fhon* B tliJ-4 



a* for Mr Johnaon ot 



We wont give inn all there little prom- 
ur» We *111 get you the car today 
AND 

no TRADE-IN REQUIRED 

SMILIN' BEN 

iNrit to Rtrattuoue Hotel) 

Phone B earun 4733 

PS We aipeerely rlah all our 
friendi and patron* a very Proa- 
pernua and Healthy 

HAPPY NEW YEAR 

RMlLItC BEN 
FEARLE6M FRANCIS 
OABPY' GERALD. 

AND 



1 947 M /. R( 1 1 Y _ ugnsv to LOAN ON ruuvr uohioao 

|y4/ After » Pin. I7M Torhe. » . ATTRACTIVE HA IBS IN 



. 1 ..' A,(rf 4 Pm • 1 , A1 ATTRACTIVE NATO IN j, g r. i 

ANY AMOUNTS | Ker Ot jT 6 pn< 

inax FORD FOUR-DOOR PLDAK TOP J H WTOTTOME * 00 LTD w GOVERNMENT ST 

1946 rhane Phone Keat.na >3 W or ,013 Broad mree, Nhoo. SMI * l K „ hl „ hon , 

i frrllt Bo* 81 6* Cwnom ■■ ■ 



Ker & Stephenson, Ltd. 



Night Phone B 1M1 



i 0-7 a IIUPMOMILE BFBT PRICE AC- DON I BORROW MU«I 

I I 9J4 /rn. ed «39 Rowland Avei u* Ta pay for your ear repair*, overhaul* 
Mail off/ •* *41 Ft.TT Hirer 1 ,U Ua* GUd.ell Motor. 

1 __ • - No down naymeut up lo 19 minth# to pay 

lmx. ETUDKBAKXR PRESIDENT 

I 700 a*|e Eareptlnnal condition rrtiftrkl 

Rey motif So »-rt Hut el fM*7g MONEY TO LOAN 

t no A " C,CK HFDAN MCE CONDI MrjUB IO ASR QUICKLY ARRANUKD Al 

I VJA tur <ond ' r- 7 441 Vlp.'.ne N. i,,u nrT iMk.lt Erl It A TB 6 IN LAlUlE 

1 , non BUICK 9-PASHENnrR COUP* oh SMALL amounts. 

II9J9 well 4*1.1 11 '00 GflltMt _ unCTCDU AKI > m 

v nnn CMEVROI.rT FOR SALE PHONE HElSTERMAN fit CO. 



MONEY TO LOAN 



]929'7S? 



gn wo" sih o l v' -ISS« 55~~nr R 1928 Nla^Vnd ^ry^i^M 1948 NEW YEAR SPECIALS 
1 " * ff *' V * - CRABB'S AUTO SERVICE ' 

•w tsMUSMHM- I 939 RI - OOROE ROAD A“iD t.OVERNMENT 

HOUBE OR DUPLA4 WANTED TO I 3 Lot* on Both Side* of the Street 



AND 1QOO 'Uiuri A FORD SEDAN- 3317, 

THE RECONDITIONING | It/T f> he II at Btreet 



ROVERS 



Shelley Btreet 

BUICK SEDAN r*J GOOD CON 

dttinn 9*3*. *37 WoRaafon BDeet 



... — — .eormitlon On* aulD will varar.v ... pt-RNSIDE 

— ESssr * 1 . XTra>fi i. . nm «■■>»». 

•ro... to .... vs rtts ^.wssr ss sJinsyuss: 

ON FIRST MORTOAOE ’ n * °hanr* of them being reduced An j tww-pteee bath full baaemrnt. orum fn»* 

QUICK ACTION MONEY HAMS OAT leaeellepi opportunity foe aomeon# broking r.arr Clua# In. Frit* tor neat $4500 
Ai APPLICATION «!$*«. [nr • *mai! honr* w.th a tidy tnreme rarb offer t 

(month, yet nut tied to an apartment whirl’ SAANICH 

CURRENT RATE OF INTEREST ^..o, . lot nf aervl'f TT* aaktng price * „ bivw 

i>* *31 tNM but II la eat* .iu4l that IhD FOUR ROOMS AND UTILf fT ROOM — 
BROWN BROB.. LTD - " ro ” r ,y be .old immedl.t.l, IMv r.-m a ' ■ h MrepUrr l.rg, k - 

vna Port Bueel Pnoci# E 1 113 4 I rl.e. Ihtr«-pl#*e balhtmibi t»u ftOO 

“ — 1 A * *« •* fflrr retnent “‘M" .S 

“ un,v «^hW i S u ' 0,, i im * Ca U i *j '••’'vo.’-'a : r r- f° 

any amounts i Ker & Stephenson, Ltd. ;g.r..» n.gt> iar.tion ...d gr-«i $5950 

J H WH1TTOME * CO LTD 1 M OGVERNMENT ST 0 4137 T> ** Fu< * 

1013 Biuad Hireet fhona t F31 “• ° ' I MOUNT DOUOt AS 

Mght Fhon. B L py aitIFI’L FIVE- ROOM BUNGALOW 

DONT BORROW MONEY altuatdd Ion U* „■*»•* •* pw 5‘ , |?* C?}... 

Ta pay lur yaur cat irpalrt. overhaul* ~~ Built in Eng. lab Tudor 

z bSTiSSs i i 

, WATERFRONT PROPERTY SJ*.**,*? ,M,m $ 1 1 ,000 

MONEY TO LOAN opportunity for gueat or nuralng hr.me RtDINOS REALTY 

HOME LOANS QUICKLY ARRANGED A7 'h”. t'pa^u* 4 drawing- j III Onion Bldg *13 Vl ' w ®' ' Nl 

Luts UT INTEHECrt RA TSB IN LARGE ,„ on) 4 na , rrft naming larg* dlniMg-rovm j S »T31 Evei.n-g* 

OR SMALL AMOUNTS. i ronaervatorj. haUruora, Ullllard-ruom. 9| 

batbru-rm* hot water OU-O-Matle heat- ' 

HElSTERMAN & CO. i $25,000 fairfield walkino nurrANt-s 

Ktg VIEW STRErr x «»S 1 'O'*'"™ ^ pr,c * ^ I IMMEDIATE PGNSEMION 

APAPTMFNT Rl OCK V CIOOD HOME nr six nt>oMa ft 

ArAK I fWCIN I DLUL.IS >.\ , tr , U#t)l ...nditun throughout Ha* 

| Five auitra, a»If-tttnlalned. electric ti»'" inmi iMin with flrepl*-» dlklni-faw, 
ic.AN!f.n AGENT* 1 FiiaidaJie Cana la < a lar*a dintna-room j large kitchen pantry. 7HRII I Aitor 

... Jrr*. i, rK AtsfeLRANCB CO »*f«* bedroom. bre*Efa*t-rw»m. When B gf, room* three piece balhrnnin n« 
ORt-AI W Lb I LIFE AselHA. La to. | h|(1 are iparlout kultea Hard- ( naaement Ctn*p m ator* $$$00 

r.ir.da for Brit mortaaeaa lm arood flaera. hnt water nil automatic heal- .r.d bua Itre Price J JJwu 



DONT BORROW MONEY 



WATERFRONT PROPERTY 



OR SMALL AMOUNTS. 

HElSTERMAN & CO. 
coi vxrw sTRErr i 



$5950 



$ 11, 000 



•13 View S' i ret 
Svei.frg* B *991 



i » rent uy reltat.lt t up> Fid**- pbor.e 
O 7J4J 



3 Lett on Both Side* of the Street 



SEE 1947 SCHULTZ 
LUXURY LINER TRAILER 
ON DISPLAY AT 
SMILIN' BEN 
THE TRAILER MAN 

(NEXT TO ST RATH CON A HOTEL! 



iL SEE 1947 SCHULTZ , 1*47 Mercury lo*ch IV 000 mi.ea 

■ luxury liner trailer 

Middle-aged coufl* want four 0 n DISPLAY AT , #1 . , r.. , hea.» 

41 rocm h truer tn r»nt Would eonatle. $Mll IN' BEN *’* Oldamnbll* 4 Doer Sedan 

pi.r-lia— later U auitahle gDndly aduiaa •*«« l"..mwu> 4-Uonz Swdai- 

K» mu rnkmiu THE TRAILER MAN ignaui.b convertible 

V v • -1 TO STRATHCONA HOTEL1 l*j# Hudmn t-D- 

*’ furntahed hnuae, l*u bedrtvuma win .... 4;noo , 

algn anr-year Itaae Ot^ child. Phon- w# ean arranea fer urn U» take I . 

F1M7. Evt 4AJ aa umg aa 30 month* la pay | tgra HupanobUc 4-DotK 

U * ANTED TO REN-I On IXABK - UN ^ .... 1,, ° ho,> « l>oor 

far.-taluu hull** Oak llav prefarred THE 8CHUI T7. IRAILEIl nAft BErrv i»3g Old* mobile Pickup 

Adult* anlv Beal ef marantaed VOTED AMERICAS NO » TRAILER uyg otaham toup* 

Heferenrea available G 34*9 .... . .. 

- - 1 Feature* fneluded Klec*rta brake*, four- l»'4 fv>dg* Trurk. I ,-Tor. 

5S OFFICES. STORFS. HALLS* lir.rt, u..ulalion. hardw.^xl Interlur* *uln- i »57 rl M C Truck. 3-Ton 

TO RENT I ™VpTe SaU^A ^rte't -mh. «« ■'*«"•«<! * Door 

trlhuflon. airplan* eunatrurtion. fully _ , M chtr c< ^ fb good rt 

■X’lCB NEW HALL TO RENT CTtNVFNI , fq ulpped-eha!f A table* elc. Bpe tn ' ‘ 

1’ enl to tranapnrtallan. Fhnn# O 9M7. 1 aw... r, 

, = m ftir TDAII CD it AKJ Waniad Fitkup* Fanala. b-Paa* c 

on U itinn to (trvT BEN I Ht I KAlLtK fW/v 4 a. Door BMana. Station Wagon*. »U ■ 



w* ean arranea for ftu to take 
aa long a* 30 month* lo pay 

THE SCHULTE TRAILER HAS BEEN 
VOTED AMERICAS NO » TRAILER 



KNIOHT MOTOR* 

( rlearar.c* of alock ear* below to be bold 
at coat 

Itlg Taekard Bedan Ih-ater. apoUlght). 
19*0 Auatln • Bedan theater 
lUT Ford Coovertibl* (heoter). 

1937 Hupmnhll* Sedan. 

Ig31 FonttaR Coa«h 

l»3f Auatln a Coach fhealen. 

Car Heater* *nd RodRia 
Tiraa and Areeaaoria* 

Body and Fender Repair* • Car Falntlna 



'nrnr-K WlAN f*i GOOD CON LOANING AGKNTB 1 ritgMAii* Cunalal* lar** dintne-room Uf| , attehen. pantry. 1 

1934 d ,, - iii «- W 11 . u£r Street ruawAT wan l LIFE™ AnfiLRANCE CO *droom. breakfa.l-room. kllcbon BBlilkOOMA three pier 

I T JH n -tr.n a.. n*. ORtAl WLhI UFB AN)l»AJttl TO and hall The.# ar* aoarleu. aul'.t Hard- j htanrrrt On** m ator* 

A lab pnyaia fur.da for Brat morigaga* lm wood n«or*. hot water nil automallc hr*l-', r ,g p u » i,p f price 

AUTOMOBILES AND TRITKS modiatelr a.ailabta Cona/uenon Imu i„. Shooing **» P*r rent on Inveaimert ... K i*sn« Tt 

. / . _ Suite for owner vacant February 1 All! gakla.>do — T’ 

HASTED N H A Building Luofi Arranaed nerferl e nr \ r\C\f\ Modern FIVE - ROOM I 



Hull* lor owner vacant February 1 All OAKLAND* — TWO LOfTB 

11 perfect tOfl HOD M 0 ' 5 "*’ FIVE - ROOM BUNGA7 OW *’»' 

E 1111 Prlrr only *ZU,UUU lumg-rtwm with ftrr, Ure nlrr kit ne.. 

I THRR GOOD BEDHOgMS |hr*e - »•>#*■ 

TD HIGH-CLASS GUEST HOUSE r ,n 'r«S 

Eleven room* fully fumlahed and alwav* good lot*. Frle# eJOJU 

rented Income 11111 monthly and I room* VIrw 

for owner No better buv In elty Newlv MOUNT VIEW 

■ - painted outalde A bargain for r*UPl* ! New modern FOUR-ROOM STUCCO IU 
1% living aaaured Term* arrurgwd to emt OAT OW Ha» ntre BTt^W-rrwwn w-th tiea» 



GOOD USED CAI7 WANTED 1930 
1 nr ’*«rr preferred r-aa*^ F 

kOOIRESSMAN HIST MOVED HER! 

» from Interior need* '*'* model rar 

fs»n*!E O 1IT9 



.a.XMtS AMO IBLOta to An? CondtUiRt — 
, " aar’rd for areraing Beat eavh orle* 7J 
I paid wt'h' ut dr *’ Parte of all kind* fo , 

• n'e W Frank Cimenm »S1 View t *«77 I -~- 



VA ANTED TO BORROW 



oEk 6 M Aroutrong E Till Price only wv 

I HRIi i 

SWINERTON & CO., LTD, j HIGH-CLASS GUEST HOUSE 

•» »»OTa»To B I 



Cli.lm.UlUM ' ,, „ „„ , INS or VICTORIA* OLUWT Uiet.IU- 

Tire* end Arceaaori** 1- ' r, ‘ * * tiona require a Biat mortgage loan of ( 

Body and Fender Repair* • Car Fainting 1 condition Any bodv model ClI »• 175 00,1 repayable *90# per manlli InUteat 

. . . _ ^ u lM 0 f cara ,na^ OR 1*47 AtTOMOBlt.F tv ANTED, k-, Chwlcgil improv.d real a* tala uta- 

Me hanlra! Bepalr* W> AU Makea >- | 946 . AnT rmreptlng curtly pretnllaMoh *rptA*»*l T“ !u, . 1 V * 

Oet our Price* Flrat RnglUh raral Will par *P ea.h prnmptly 009 Thu being highly c "' lMd ' u ‘‘** 

ph n nil PDa«, nhi.ne 0 7414 • would auiirtt lale fill cniiaultlng ymir a*0i 

1037 View Sir##* Fhon* O ..J t » e ph n aohrltor. banker or T/u*t On, having ihemj 



yea 

ruU prte* 



e i i r aa place, awell cabinet kitchen t*» t*»te 
5 I I r jUU bed r oon.« lPre#-pl#e# Fembrnk* bathroem 



PAGE & 5 NAPE 



garage workahep ne baae- e Llfin 

ment Ontul garden rrtc» JUOVLI 

A I NSl IF W OBTHINOTON 
1331 Oueemmenl St Phon* B till 

Evening* O 4MI 



confidential w* | 1010 BROAD FT. 



WANTED TO RENT 
M18CCLLANKODB 



BEST TO 8TRATMCONA HOTEL) 



*99 Bueial X Cher Coach, good rubber 

i Waniad Flikup* Fanala. »-Pa*a Coupe* 
j 4-Door Sedan*. Station Wagon*, ail makta 



MlBCCLLANEODB 1 Oood Stock of Huuae Trailer* 

a VERT CREDITABLE BCSINEBR. tn | (ViK“ THESE OVER WISHING ALL MY CUSTOMERS A 

tahliihed In Vle.ljirl* 19 year*, re- I * v/FRY PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR 

quire* new downtown irfflre location Apply 1*41 AUSTIN DELIVERY VAN-Vary goad VtK r r KUarLKUDi rtLW r trtrt 
Snv 9177. Cidonlat condition 

1929 FORD 4%-TON riCKUP TBUCK-Vary FHONE O J»44 

« AtTOMOBIIE* „„»£!« •««- 

rro OUR OLD mrums AND NEW ONr« UOn Sea The** at CDEMrCD uni ICTHKl'C 



rpo OUR OLD FRIENDS AND NEW ON FA B „ -n,eaa at 

I a Merrv Chrlr'mae ard a Happy New 

Year Jonei Bro* . Itat'arlee and Car Bale, i MASTERS MOTOR CO. LTD. 

\ UTO BAI Eh FINANCED fl W Utl LEJt „ PHONE E 3641 

Ar Co ifMtd Oovernment 

A UT OMOIIILB FfNANCINO I “ “ u ... . 

Condt'tontl Sal. Asraamenl. Dl.cot.ntad AUTOMOBUJfE FOE tALB _ 

TOADtRS- FINANCE CORP LTD i|OLM-E ttlSDAN, 1934 DRIVEN 35 »B 
_fhr.n* B 4437 ttf-A Fort S'loat I t , u n-* by original owner Perfect ron- 



SPENCER HOUSTON'S . 
CERTIFIED USED CARS 

BUY YOUR CAR NOW! 

Uefote the End of thr Year Al the Lnwtat 
Market 



. B 4*33 ail-A Fort S'taai 1# mil-, by »rlg»naal dWBFr pon- only IheM Left lo CUar Belor* S>.d of Dr .,, xr COAcn 

C w I'aultn metric! Manaaar | dll Ion Run * an d h>nka like ne w. C l 9 7«d. , DE Ll** 



TRADE 

FOR 

A 

BETTER 

CAR 

WE FLEASE THE MOST RXACIINa 



VICTORIA SUPER SERVICE 

Corner Bl*n*h*rd and John too 
Phon# B 3*33 



1947 PLYMOUTH PRICES 

DE LUXE COUPE 1' 71 



„ rrw*y nu» saji. w 

67 BOATS AND LAfTN CITES 

4 J3-FT GfU NFTTEK * FT BBAM , 

.9 good condition I'i'O nr near offrr T hla la an tr.terea 
G 4374. ooaUant opoprtm 

EIODEL SAILBOAT HAND MADE 1 Bvi 79HL Colonial 

.t| Lew Wbal "ffe-«»|" 



reply Boa E33J, Qolonfa* I AND NEAR JUBILEE HOSPITAL 

I • I'-llSLAND BASIC INDUSTRY. PLANT ICCT UOTCI \ DANDY f ROOM BUNOAUiW ALL 

U nuw commencing production, requite* HIGH-CLASb VjUt J I MVJ I tL /V large room* In flrat ala** condJDon 

IJ.OOti additional capital aa fli.al outlay rA ., D . r-rci V P IDUKHPH Ihroughogt PARTLY FUR NlBHEl*. 

Thia la an Intareaung prnpoaltlun and an COMrLt I cLi rUKiNloMtU rjudlng aim, -at new gaa and rnal rar«e 

eacellr nt opoprt unity for bt#b return*. . /CDV runtTC lOrATIOKJ ,ul ‘ haarment "•» ,, * r * 

boa 7991. Colonial VERY CHOICE LUCA IIUlN aupply . IMMEDIATE »-GS«t8- tfiOcn 

— 1 SION. THIS LB VALUE AT iO 7 



i m!m Wk* to hi KSja* om\ ; ,5 BUSINESS OPruBTUNITIEB Om ^ Oakland- 3 »« 

between 5 and t ^ revenue With Sll avallabla ereommodetlon I- ROOM STUCCO BUROALOW - LIVINO 

TT^-7v^'t^V7rr'7rF'' M^rnBUY^A reaerved in advance Hlgn-claaa f irnltura DININO large biKhan with two 

_ • 1 \ N INVrarwE.'* r or nui oil -O-MATIC MFAT This cliole# f«foi»#rly lurn«F# *•» 

\*W MARINE ENOINE8 ON D UPLAY | .\ n .« Uo ,n.i power ahaln-.a- and flralT,.*. ^ VondltlOn thrnughmn ag* Nir. garden lot with fn.lt D-e. 

In our ahowrooma Btruliht drive and puU yon |„ ymir own buatceaa Bee them. rr , nCMn „„» r-n b . mad* to purchaee Qui-k p«M**#!on $A100 

iwo-to-one reductlan unit* r"mp,#ta In , t jy,. Utnm,«»f Uoepltal. #13 Coimor- h ,if c ,,h Rwt.nf# t* be oalf Off from * OOOD BUT AT JOJVA/ 

ewer, S9t.fi and read, to on. Inf HE *5553. Part., vale, and 'Vfyo^.^rnUrTrt^V. Bug.- I |1 714 CASH -CORDOVA BAY 

ho,L nivta ar omits rm »•«> arrvtc* ,Leu propogHton of IhU kind call M A I . V 5, V_" 5? .II 



, >00 Port Street 



O >194 \ 



UTO CAMP, HOTEL. APARTMENT | CahlPbeU 



RACING COPPER ANTIFOUTTNO 
C*H!I' CHANDLERS (McQUADE'81 CAN 
I atill fill vour nrder* on U.la oalnt. 



i » grocery or almllar huaine** wanted 
Owner* only. Qnx 1938. COIonlgt. 



ip ClIANDLSfto lurvaua^. la-* rADUORO BAT ROAD 

vtlll fUl vour ..edgy a on U.la M|pt. ? H1 CADUORO bat roau 

wh'ch duflnt the p*»t year h»« orowen H* rwxRST • RAT? APARTMENT PROPOBI 
•■loerinrliv in romolet# reafyianc# aeatnit j ahowlni net return over 1 10 < 

marine growth. I month oluv del ghtful auit* for owner 



to 1C DOUOLAH BTREIT EXCELLENT I I -'OR BALK l»34 TEI4RAPLANE, t«I9 OR 

I O I J hue tn an Atltn Inauranee Flan * near offer, nr 9900 nah and an 01a t q j -7 PONTIAC, Ainniren Sedan., 
tn flt vour p.Mkelbe.’k P1e»«e a*t for model car tn good cnnS ttlm, * »4_<a I I 7*1/ 

FhonV O Tl4\ A oe Veening* *0 JTft Ir'OR BALE ENJ^fSH MERUIT# . q ./ CTir/ROLIT Etylemaater I 

1 1*7* ■••del mlleege 33 000. heater I | y40 luie Fedar. 

AtTOMOBII.B P1NANCINO E.r.ilrnt condition O 1704 

Conditional Bale Agreement* DUcnunted 'on* inai HASH ♦' *»" De t.ua* Bedan 

"••• i F° 5 gSvJTSZm”** ' 941 *>' »«"» < \ 39 

11.1 Inui I'ihi Phone n aail F-perl* ■** 1 ** ' 



.QIC DOUOLAH BTREET EXCELUflTl | 'OR SALE l fid TEHRAFLRHi, if 
I O I J hut in A’it n 1*1 an * n«8r nlf»r nr 1*00 't*f» ' 

tn ot TOtif DiKkrlbOf'ti Plrusr for mn<1«l far III aood fnMltliili. 

mirhard Wwd al Tad V!awk»a 4i Co ' ” f J vvnt «m> ui.prif 

Phone 0 9179 or evantna* O JTI* |i' , 0 71 « ALi: ENOLW1! MOTRM 

— - — - I 1*7* n.-'-i mileage 33 0-9. 

AtrrOMOBlIE PfNANCINO E.reilrnt condition. 0 9704 



CHEVROLET Stylrmaiter De 
Luxe Sedan 



DE LUXE HEDAN . 91.970 

THE ABOVE PRICES INCLUDE 
Hoar* Tire and Tub# 

— 900 and 1.900 lnapecttaa 

Plu* 7 Lubrication* 



fil l Broad Stree t Phnp e Oj9t)l 

PONTIAC 

#/ U" 

DRIVE, LTD. 

LATE MODEL CARS FOR HIRE 

• RATES 

9e Par Mil* and 91 *0 Per Day 

Cuatemar SuppUa* Uaa 

ISe Par MHe and |l 00 Per Day 
On Included 

MO PORT STRErr rilONE O 1194 

eta ai r>' m rent- ami staviif 

A * _ UTO flEPAinS AT REASOJV ABtJl 
rate* Trouble quickly enaiyaod Cuwk 
Street Uaraa* IT31 Cook 



! Bpertal 

1938 



HIl-l bf AN, S-Tnw 
Panel Rpeclal 

TRADES — TERMS 



$1395 

$495 



F®Hu!i“ *«£? « «R TB “" BOYAL ] 941 Air Conditioner. R.dfo. $ ] 395 McLEOD- LUMSDEN 

A?; “* '™ LLr < 1 938 $495 riy ^ 

H AVE YOU a USED CAR HEATER OR Plymouth - Chrvaler Fargw 

radio vow want to eel) for co*h’| TRADES — TERMS I Tarla and Acceaaorie# 

olkil aaa Yate* Street < 

v rw ronu COACH. 9 MO MILES SELL The ItlanOd T^rgext Died Cer Deeler. 

.3 97 3B5 Private no dealer*. Box i 

I YATES ST AUTO SALES 1 rillf .^ A „ r 
l |WNER wiu. mx BUICK SUPER IU Ml rArw ^ B 1033 YES! HERE ARE 

' ' --eden. radio and heater |J 500 i liccre /“AD Dl IVC 



HEADQUARTERS 

FOR 

Cimvai.FR MARINE ENGfvfHB AND 
REDUCTION GEARS 
Are . Crown • Royal 
Complete Htoc-k of Part# 

McLEOD-LUktHDEN MOTORS 
LTD 

Marin# Dlvlalon 

1*99 Tale* Street Phon* O 1 



l llON ahowlng net return nwer iioo 
per month plus delightful xuil* for owner 
Sea view clove U> beach Nearly acre 
lineal tuatk*l garden land with fruit tree* 
vrr.all frui’a in abundant*. F^"e» garden* 

$12800 

OWNER — E 999* 



•Sm A dandy mu. .Ixr. for «h. ret.rad folk.. 

np,> j-rocim -n it age new J piece built-in b-lh. 

large lot ifenee-D. lovely view of the •** 
_ „ — i - j You ran hav# immedlaie poaeeaiinr Tavee 

Sw inert on & Co., Ltd. “* 0 ™» $35()0 

m BBOuanron rr »«« H4L1 „, M . cn 

ExtaMIthed IBM ;pi cgntral Building rhooe B 1311 

Evening*. O *770 



TENDERS WANTED 
TO BUILD 3 STORES 

for Information Bee 



vrORS I/tlNC OHOCBRY. WELL SITUATED ii n AA A DTI M | •1.3*0 Sown and terwig. No agenia. Be* 

I* moatly ranh^imd carry. E.ceil.nt nel MK. MAK I I IN 93*#. Colonial 

return. Imw 13* View St i 'OdT POOR-ROOM RUNOALOW WITH 

— .... Und, f'irria - heated- building witn toveiy \ . .. . . , n Burnaide dla> 

Phone O 114* living quaitrr* eapewive future*, murari- , ^*2 kaa ement w pf* , JSS 

, terd V.u k. etc A really good rfran-rut *= - ■ T riNPELin trt.t Early _pu»wUn Ff.o. . B *teo 

*»'up I-et m- de- rib* farther Term* U 77 LISTINGS tAJllELkU 

I deilrrcL ------ ■ — - — — — — — HOMV AND INCOME 

PRANK H PARTRIDGE WfR ENOU8N8 HOUBE OH C ANTER- ! _ HIPARATl VNTB ANTES 

TR.AL and .31 Pemberton Bid. « .911 E 7»3 bufy „ DTS*-- ZZ. VfltS* "-.r “ 

1 ••nr. a, . i r ni’VlwrcE Pn/iPfkTV — - —— , — ... -t.-#. rulli r„r>ilahed ■' 



\ 4 -ROOM STUCCO SONOAirrW IN 
Fairfield r'aae tn Itearon Hill Fart, 
|4 IM f Gilbert, ». o Hagart. 0 41*1. 
evening* B 1IT7 

/ vARPKNTER'S CHOICE BlkMotiM 
" hnuie pot rompleiei. aotne material, 
f 1.390 down and term*. No agenia. Do* 
I IJM. Colonial 



AVAILABLE NOW 

OENERAL MOTORS INDUSTRIAL and 
MARINI FNGfNBfl 
, SIX-CYLINDER *3 -II P. 

OVERHEAD VALVES 



13* Vlaw St 



LISTINGS CANCXLKI1 



i'vOSY FOUR-ROOM BUNGALOW WITH 
’ full baaement In Oorge- Burnald* dla- 
(riel Early pueeexaion Phon* n »M« 



I NOR 'Air BUSINESS PROPERTY _ K . TA rr AiirNTS P7 FASI N"Tr owner Tnf* eultq ranted fully furnixhed et 
I* with hrlrk building 30.13't fen tn ORAL ESTATE AO 171 p*, monrh Thi. furniture thrlUd'd 
the heart Of Yate. street immedl.-. t>o. thiaf property *t *"d Cima Street ha. , n #rk , B ,„ nirn , ,,, rn . r , „ r#f . n-™,. 



«r* vtori rr wi'l rrvnalder renting on 3-i**t Nrc *old 
leaxe APP l) owner, alt Y ataa w -0070 

tVin’SAl.t OR I FANE — NEW THE 30/7 



Prlyal* owner Phone between 9 a m and 
* pm Empire Ml Ml*a Ba- *IU ar- 
range financing If not a ll ca»h 

JkRirtn • ■ H G! H'K "Al » lkv«l . «■*'. 

Y rotet four-door aedan. folly equipped 



I USED CAR BUYS 



WiraOH MOTORA LTD. n 8A1>B OR MASK - NEW TILE 3 1 

(J39 Tate* Strati Phon,* klJID, |’ t,„|idlrg 70 feet v a4 feet on lol 40 

I feet x 150 feet term* nf eale. 4*00 down. |7g 

lao a month L-**r flee year*. 350 month 

, Apply I0A Joeeph Street 



mm* own* mi c~fc ! used CAR BUYERS' 

E NOIRE Rtt ONDXTIONLNO SPECIAL ! 

tat* — Oet our price* Cnmpleu Jot GUIDE 

rebore Ina'all oivtora ptoa rlnaa » *'» . . 

■ '■glna pgrforinano) Faay on ga* and n,l new CHEVROLET and OLDHMOfULt 
CHET DOWMAN OARAGE 134 JOHNSON qnrga dallvarvd In Victoria taehldlpg ail 

|.Xm AUTO TOF LSAKB OR CUSHION U,M ,M,# ,,,M 

«M,r r ‘ BTn ^ CHEVROLET 

WVSSaTffS V: 1 ; truck?* SS 

wanted for wracking PprlH# Aul" Wreck fluxlneu Ci'iP* 

era 431 View Street Phone E 1931 S-Paaven«er Coupe II.WI 



FOR THE BFWT 

IN SERVICE 
ITS 

DAVIS MOTORS 

We'rw Equipped lo Offer Any SetTltg 
Your C«r May Need 

Prim I- Wheel Alignment. 

Motor TMno-Dp 

Motor Rebuilding and Overhauling. 

Brake Service. 

Body and Pender Work, 

Painting. 

Lubrication. 

Simontaing and Foliahlr g. 



. lit ICED FOR QUICK SALE- l#t* CWEV- ROYAL AUTO SALES 

1 ratal four -door aeden. fully equipped 

wtlh heater veat e iwrr» etr lua* nn* , Ijil DOUOLAH ST. FHONE O 331 

rrif «.)d. I? »no miie- In Al condition 

Wlnterlae.l AvallvMe fur drtivetr Janu- THE HOME OF QUALITY UNED CARS 

arv 1 Price II »70 Phnne R^ev*. 

- ■ “ "Whera Fatrnra* Countg" 

USED CAR BUYERS* [ WISHE5 

GU,DE ' OUR MANY CUSTOMERS 

MEW CHEVROLET and OLDBMOHILE | 

tirirev daitvetvd In Victoria lncl'idUig all THE COMPLIMENTS of ffi# 

I laiea and apar# Ure* 

SEASON, with PROSPERITY 

CHEVROLET ond ^ m „ LOWtc 

NTT LEM ASTER 

Ruxlnraa Coup* 3' •» PRICES on the USED CAR 

4-P.avenger Coupe " ™ MARKET in fh* COMING YEAR 

Town Pedan .. — — .11.*'* 

Import Bedan II. »« 

„,«rr«».Tw ROYAL AUTO SALES 

| l-Paaierfcr Coup* — >' «»» 

Town Bedan 91, *07 3343 DOUOLAH STREET 



Look over ihrie yaiuea 

SALES M ™ N • ,,00 • , 

FHONE 0 3311 l*« FORD , -TON PANEL 

1**1 FORD PORDOR 

USED CARS |n| g W orn SEDAN . 

ount#" n.T MOUTH COUPE 



property *t e<w t n»rv»» ■ ln prlrp B,„ n ienf. furnare aaray* Fr"n 

_ jarty la In gnod rendition and annrn 

DONALD BTREET IS OFF THE lo gned koralM? 2>0 / J\J 

market a* ef today ___ Or Naar Offer 

HOlSCV rOX BAL* ' , 

— — — — —— —■ , htn mog , effered al IB* price On 

ground n«oc n«in«-roem and dining imm 



i l-P*a*en*»r t oupo 

Tuwn Bedan ... 

Hport Bedan — 

l FI.EETM ASTER 
l-Paeaerger CouM 

Town Bedan 

tport Sedan . 

riJfETUNt 

Aemeedsn - 

•port theater Srdan .. 



NATIONAL MOTORS LTD. 

.19 YATES STREET 



SEASON S GREETINGS 
TO ALL 

J. M. WOOD MOTORS 

YATES and COOK BTREETE 
DODGE • DE SOTO DEALER 



m 2 H P EVINRUDE 

•i 3 vi I - OUTBOARD MOTORS 

1490 • 

i «99 - AIR-COOLED 

-n i INBOARD MOTORS 



appiy iu« rnan w.eii rv, ground floor Itvtna-room and dining room 

( voil BALK -AS- ROOM HOTKL. FOUR- CRAIOFIOWER earh wl'h ttrtpl*#*. two lovely hedrt-c.m 

I* year*' Uaac Retman lllne** G dfll a ye EXCKFT7 ON ALLY ATTRACTIVE UP , A $$$D0 

, ,v5„.-.r IV4NI it EVENUB A NEW PIVE-ROOM STUCCO SUNOA- comforubk heme 

1 1 r P? gD | lM . moalhlL- 0 ^ ,n • awludad lSeotMS Mem I T1 ~it OGODHtl.L RXAITY 

t * home Muat be at ir»*4 »1TO a [Doa ‘ 1 e nnUata of a grwctnna entrance hall French 

net ft I *;t* C< "Mat l^_.. ti«ine. riwwii offering 1,1 Femhect*,«i B I 

Phona > Ml* at O 43*1 



__ |1 *94 

_ »t,*07 

it. m 



WILLYS 



:: .Lon B C USED CAR service 



OLDSMOBILE 



j Club Bed*n 

4 Door Beden 

Club Coup# 



141 YA1EN SHIRT 

47 31» WE DO NCTT OPERATE A USED CAR t-OT 



UNIVERSAL • JEEF- 
f and 

WIU-YB STATION WAGON 
whether you van* Iranapwriatum. traelor. 
•ruck or motikla power unit, you'll flPd It 
in th* complrt* Willy, tine 



If HP. 31 HP. #3 UP, ARP 

GRAYMARINE ENGINES 

15-LB C02 FIRE 
EXTINGUISHERS 



VICTORIA MARINE 
AGENCIES 

YATES NT PHONE 0 3131 



lift Bporle Ptaherman Model 
-Bleep. Two— H) hp Enaine 



I net Box git*. Color, let . 

IMMEDIATE SALS - - - , . 

SAANICH BULB FARM I hardwood flooring and a aea view modern . q^ v|[ . Rr ^ M Kmi OA tow A I CONDI- 

'HHIS IS AN BXm.LENT INVESTMENT TfMlre > MMl3 and inlaid * b oa e m ent h..f hlmro tr..^ 

I for anyone d-xlring . ened Prtv.t. ^' with dcur.w ^rtat.nn Immad.a.a b—l-o O-ner. 

OBalneaa with frexh air life Al) Mark I* four - ptere Femb'ok# bathroom •** JwhB treat 

olan'ed to grade •nd WBo. lBia owner , bU rrm#nl b,„o,eni with large #vira 

o*ofn» lT frn"m X '%* m..mh. ;Xned*fornI^ ,, '^l^ M »lpln.: ^ ‘ drtv'.rtn ' I "‘"'■"TT — J A MU BAT. 

ss" .v: %»rs»!s. “ai-s ns, ; '“ ™*a' •JrJSv'srs: 

/.rlou. arcaaeorte*. machinery ■ tr*FK! ator- iht etetnt.r We furuiahed QuUk pnaaeutow SOOJU 

vre «,ed. etc and th. paid eaaa of Or, ntw^nome. ^ Um. \ 

I and Ail P»»t e*le« and aale* awntaetv ' f P rertelr.ly wurth» nf f«or *-roo» Bungalow Full baaement Garage 

open for ir.eport.nn No money to M M « feel It M eertair.iy wur.n * polnfad outaide -rfl# 

I net fnr good will ond .lock ond oreee- «>nrid#rotlnw #9CQQ 

1 wrtee valued ot Involr* of SIN O'M. which i Imxned ate poaae i on houae la In good ahape Near cr-tcA 

'* »*l» prire nr pearext offer Reajr.n# Beenlnga — Phon# E #40# ‘Burnald# and Dmiglaa iD/DU 

i i^txEJSS. Cf rW sasr\ ™ 

pna-eaatoo Pabruarr I. !••• or <$7$0 1 

\9'E ARE PRIVILEGED TO OFFER FOR >a o n tr i ESQUIMALT 

•> ml* one of the Blcgot flowy bwal- Svenlnge. Fhon* »»H • * m «nn ixi .w-rrwowrgn in nwrrtxeo 



rnnHet* of o grwemat enivanr* non ruu... 
dnnex lit * aporton# living-room, offering 
hardwood Goort open flfenlar# ond Urgr i 
plat# • glae# window, dining - room witn i 
hardwood flooring and a view, modern 



$5750 



Night B *«F7 



loleat In Automobile Bervleo— “Underwai' WITH HYDRA-MATIC DRIVL 

Cortenlrct Budget Hao Coo ft* club Bedan M **• 

Arranged 4-Oo*»r Sedan — — . — *3 *31 

DAVIS MOTORS, LTD n,rt • XMS 

#gg PORT ET PHONE OII94 

, Eu.ck - ponuae |W 1 L 50 N MOTORS, LTD 
one. imu 1 — 

ww aod SERVICE 



139 T ATKt FT. 



Oidaxrobllo 

Dealer* 



*1107 

Cadllia* 



HAVf YOUR CAR CHECKED 1 
MONTHLY 

FOR ECONOMIC 41. AND 

EFFICIENT OPERA riomm, 
PACKARD FACTORY 

a WOT IN _ BTKCT AUNTS, 

INTERNATIONAL T RUlTtS 

THOMAS PLIMLEY LIMITED! 

|«1t TATIS STREF^ O 7111 

8*1 iwi 



— JU81' AN OFFICE AND PHONE 
—OARS ABE OWNED BY THE 
REQI*TEnrp OWNERS 

WE OFFER 

19*7 STUDS. COMMANDER BEDAN 
194* MONARCH BEDAN 
19*5 MERCURY SEDAN 
1941 DODOE OB LUXE SEDAN 
184 1 FORD DE LUXE HEDAN 
1340 NASH ••**•* BEDAN 
OntkRS 

Mr Betler— Juat Uat you ear wilb ua at 
]5 rommixMon and •* do lh# real. 
Fhune* : Solid. Rea E *AW> 



• 19 VIEW ST. 



F1IONB S 3541 



Starter ^en.i.toe light. ( . r> “u, fjlu d..lVl?t Kevitn... If YOU ARB INTERESTED IN OErndO 

13 in 1. ft Inboa id Power BoaU ,*„|.„rbar. era* and dum# IS IM to •«.««' A FUIXV -FURNISHED FIVE-ROOM BU»- X teal value In a new hem# almnat ready 
Ruwi iei* Dingble* per nn turnover Tb» future# ar# af ihejoALGIA'. l«c*ied i»n on# acre of goetd land for occupancy, don I fall to *»* thle Iwvely 

' very flna.t, ir, rinding own ice rreaui miaat iRnme and furniture both in good '""i!* ®? 1-room alucro horn* eomptete with baae- 
. rr- r,r,Af rr a t- r, A r-r '«*op free*, unit* etc Uauai aloe* carrlad Lo'. rl fmit tree, and am»ll fruit* Dmible m# n t. h 0 i- water heating, main floor lauix- 

VOGLER BROS btALKAr I Clue tin'll iinnnn F--.ar nice rnom* with tarage Baaement hot-air <71$ni flr /- l,r *' ,OOB '* and ailuatad among** 
mai mtmfai xrr f f>4 13 4-t*cc remhrnkc ha h fnr fhc n#» owner hMt m air* to attic J/OJVJ ether modern home* The conatrurt.n# of 

3041 DOUf.LAB NT. a MU %|1| ^ . fr . whnoa O a.l I «“• fi»«aa »'U bear th* keener aerutlw/. 

_ — •;,» eale Full pertirnlar* at office No __ land lh# price U e i Q 

phona Information. plca«# tfGC A/VI BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO LTD low •> . . _ J I A,UUU 

Full pried iZJiwUv ... vl— « airee* Ph*P« 13133, MMwew • m i,n 



CLAY'S SERVICE AND FARKINO Ufi SPECIALIZED PEPAIP SERVICE 
ail WHA14F BT PHONE »J’>» „ ON AIX onTBOAROS AND AIR-COOLKD 

I r» , -7 (, nv SEDAN - RADIO. HEATER. ( r„,IM - 

IY4/ a* new Only .3 aoo 1100 lea* than Enquire about our Winter Storage aod 
new car price. '3« KvMWM* Iwerty ahaca , Overhaul Plan 

41 O.M.C. light panel delivery Oood con > FARTB FOR A IX ENOINES 



fORD COACH — EXCELLANT 



, mn fORD COACH — EXCELLENT ANGUS MARINE 

Tjy rondlllAit throughout tdwmll#-' Tnu- John «nn D# ale- ' Rcqutc. 

ilxT ”ll t-m New notch 1 1 3R WHARF STREET PHONE O 1431 ■ ftSowlat 
iv !)«iirry mM(»r 

I ltnnif. ft food iJf*t B*t n after 13 noot>. — 



AUTO PAINTING AND 
UPHOLSTERING 

W. are THE Bwartalteu In 

Repair* Btearlna and Fvam* 

MOONEY * AUTO BODY 
gU Om mutant i.reet Phm»# 8 kill 

IIS* Yonoouvar Strwo# Fhon* » 1*11 



EMPRESS SALES 

19t7 rjiryalor New Vnrkar Sedan 
Kodio. healer, etc 

1**7 Hndion Nnwer B'v rabriolel 

Puity ei upped 

18*7 M idatwr Commodore tight 
Bedan Fully equipped 
1447 RtudeHaker Champion Sedan 
iiil i, and heater, 
tftd CSevrolel FihP. 

1934 rontlac Coach 
1811 Cheviolet Cooeb 
143*7 lludann Be -lea. 

1*30 r eel Redan. 

Brantford Tr*«ei Cnaeh Houae Troikf. 

EMPRESS SALES 

m VATTS A. W. WHITE OM 



i 1093 Cloverdal* Aw E 1784. | Y ; 

7X77 naenn super d* lux* 

17 40 coach Ilka new. black. 8 000 mile, 
wl'h healer and new •-point Ina-iranc* I 
Will accept am ell irado Beet oSer Bo 

444 Colon 1*1 | 

I 1 mo FV'BD r>* LUXE efDiN rtc>oii * nr 
I 7J7 p4.pt, good tire*, eery g-od ru>, 
ding order Ala., e five-point infUtahre n *434 



. - f. » * yj ' pair-, goon Kiev. TV, j s - 

NEW PONTIAC nine order Alan a fiva- point tn 

| policy 1144 ttewdlay Avaoue 

Vlr(*»l* delivered prleee. Including *H — , — — — ■ - -- — — 



YACHTS 

POWER 

SAIL 

INBOARDS 
NICHOLSON BOAT WOR* 

5 *434 11*3 GLASGOW AVEJ 



•he xaie Pull oerTiriilarv ol », fflt» No cn o • __ *nd Iha pr lea la e i o 

phona InformoUPn. p)r*«a tf-TC AflH BOOR-MAN INVESTMENT CO LTD |low of . . . . _ J I LiUw 

Full pried JZJiUUU w vu . itrrfl Phona S 3133 ^ KENNETH J DAVIS 

Cl III A. i PF* \ — IM Campbell Bid* Ida* rvouglaa S*. 

7l» View Btreet Fhon. B J197A ,•. ,- n . ■ M31 Evt*. B M3I. Bal 14F 

Evening* O *M*. B 3731 BUSOAUDW BVTTkBl* D* * V *?* 

IT\ rpspiCT FOR A DOfTOF Thlyl , - — -■ - - — ■ 

— - - - --- - - avr luaue /-- party Will aUnd th# rloaaat 

U ’ANTED -TARI NCR FOR TIE MILL .cruUny, rt>-,th aa to T*Jua and comfort, MOUNT TOf.MIt 

order. OT t’.nd 'm 1944 Three "U»!l! I* 'he he*- hoy yoo will evrt A(\f\ f VET OFF BHE1.BOURNE NEAT STUCCO 
a " /"‘a.'^'^w. ? <? a^MH wo in a lorae bungalow 3 I ZrOUU 8V NiJALOW. pnly 3 ■ . y.or. old Uvlno- 

,"oo U ..ut 1 000 * Urt J 1 ” a FAIRriVU) HOME TTita lx o xpartoue room with flrepUc* ond hordwowd fumr 

^ Rmfw xcclloV of «.r-FbPuBM g^Eh h^;» <•-> Wdrmw.. cobm.4 

, Feirfle'.d There are a ronmx. runelrtln* kitchen, utility rawxn $AP$H 

$ . Qf\r. to 151* -A Dvygnoda Rlnr# Lf liv.i,#-foom dining aluhen. den. 4 bad- 1 Tata# about Ml. rrtaa JOOJU 

I OUU Hire turnover and Heine oner- reunu xPd both. Full ramea 4 boeemeot, FAIRF1E3 D 

Ifr. r . Blare «n be handled P*. If by With furnace $AO$0 .U. wcwr a.annu rmrrv, 



_ . —r — — - err I, (rive prnpgrty will aund the cloaeet 

U ’ANTED - PARTNER FOR TIB MILL aero tiey. rte-th aa to value and comfort , 

Orderv m hand 'ey 1*49 Three mil- j. Ia Kev buy you will #10 /.AfV fl 

ll'-n fed timber add MM) read# bucked i n , | l( | ( bungalow e I A'vW , J 

Reiulr# II 000, Start Jan 3 Bo* EH3 ro- 



ller* t 1 ' >• pinrr can B' nanriim ga ny iry i wi*n rumor# CAO$H . - — 

•r e pe-erm iecnwiiev'r'v 91 aoo in «*r» 7ermo 4* ault J0r3v NXfe FOUR- ROOM ffrOCTO FVNGAWW-- 

1 ,r vou tint • pi--- , ,> par -|,,< • nice Only flv# mloutet* walk fcoaR town and 

i&rir mi erne a* for vour wtf# lo run. Ih.e u 11 JAMES HAT BGOMTNO H40SE R*Yehd» ^aar n.e park. Locge living r«am kltOvan 

JAKUS __ fig 9104 per month pl-ao “wner auiw *cd two bedroom* Ooart loi with Ini'* 

tfOOAA H " " - CORNER GROCER T poRmVBLY FIRST CLASS NEAT AND |r#-# O" healev .'•*** eencA 

WORKS SOOUVJ Nl OWE TutPt»##r app.tiO CLEAN $AQ$0 .»"•• l«*rtudcd prim >DODv 

V/rv(N j !,, MW, r „ n b, retard ht pwrtm* tn pumui,.* 307JU, 

’W *VENT’E mor. alwE and ataiyir ’E.-Mb In tho vv.^ , 4 ,„, r , _ _ _ OMB _ * |V „,I a "“‘V AV * MO * . 



(government lwv*v, freight aod aparo tlx# | 
; ; xrrrr# m t ruira 

i-^arSiur. .. si 740 

' v PASS** SPORT CX*UFE $1831 

vladel 33-11 * 1 0$0 

J-DOOR rET'Aft J I OJO 

I Model a-18. tlOTR 

1 4 -DOOR SEDAN 3 1 700 



■ n , | CUSTOM BUILT DE SOTo FGUR- 
• t 7** t nitrr artgiv nu np . i na ir- **•-'- 
vhlft Only eoa owner New llrev Beau- 



5IOMV TO LOAN 



more ator K and afayiro »h»t. In th# av# -«uw « rr* ■■wwxrrrw a " BOW * ATwrtus 

mil*. Th . pu-a ia nU.L to-aiad In a FAIRF IEUI — WOMS WfTH OHS , FIVE ROOMS and btlllly room SlwewO. 

wcll-p«pula(4A diatrlct. Cl-a* In; 3-ro«« toS? ^490* o tan^nV Sap U» '•# '•••» » IV hen THREE SFOR'NIMB 

iv * up JS ^ A i 5 ?yurjr Fr" *“• Um Tt * n u t. •; 

a ,.r,A-9« 144 Bi-ertal lAngrirl „o, exlr« ro.,m • r *N HOT WATER FUR $5500 

54400 bun ,»-• Klvl Revenaa *WI 90 RACE Corner ML Pwb bkQ a P** 1 , ***• '■» • rt "' - 

• nd an '*# for owner W'th email owtlay 3 PVRNlNWtri OESEROt n TERMS U', -a. riair war * I —I IB 



8t Alton, comer wueena and Dou«.aa 
loCfecgf 



R'hai U|v# Rulldlhg 
‘ftawkr* k Cfl 



DAVIS MOTORS 

LIMITED 



$ I OUU ' n* RHirw REDAN ™’ f *»y aa R M edvar.'-d for vrwr ■** 

| 1QT/ MASTER Sll BITCH not on th- total principal '»■ 

< 1 mo ‘ 7X0 «myl cnodlthm I3UC #*vh * J jgnniKIjp paymer.'a ronwiMcnl'T made l» 
J I 700 Contra, comer WBBfln Spit and Book. ln( j u o, rvrlncipat tnieraet and tavr# and 

, Rnao*. S'vnkc. | la Mart J" day* »ftm your bom# ta rwm- 

> V Ann FTL' DEB AKER - .1 i.ra- 1 evm#v»t pTtg^jJ* 

1929 oJTmSS order Al. Watbar 



$ 17401 ^^,:^ ^^! „ n _ 0 g. 1RT . M 

d-iftrtk I IQ1/L SINGER BAf.OJN NEW T7REO OAOE U) # van Without SSH gn- mor . nwu but,, in uruaed P*w BUTT YOU e iO fW) ... , Mr 

$ 831 » Vu6 .raw! rnr dltlor A. Shell Service ,ion. BUILDING LOANS A » - -Ffhf’-W u ,m «f bu.lllng mavine lm. a real pcofIL , THE PURCHASER * » Lbeal FTetm.rt.wn far ■*. *•» •» »w.«^8 

- «r\ .•”*■'71., l-rrr noon urvuv^nor- St “Lit 



niv Incur# inter 



rm GOOD STREET arVENUB PROF 



F W moon* * CO ertF. Na work fo# the owner, wtlh •!»• 

439 Jnhnaon S' Phan. K 7*4 L E *043 $ ] 3, 500 

fr9nln|#-^»n I* ftiUMfl 11)31 j 

or o r.ddkk. a 'Ft# rOL " * nxmmu. 



limited t ior WWH*F»' -p w^p^ w AND corrrtr 

Ocnertl Mnlor. Whnteeale and R#tafl Ftxma Ti #**■ 30* Burnald. Rd X ><> tgXAN ff*w a WTT «'«^' $5000 T ION FRY STORE B'.uamd 

Fona DMirtbs .«8 , . ■■ ■ t'Pa«i : MUTJi~ TGURiWoTTwhi. ' • ,n rr!. 'It - • 2 L 2 ?n JZTZZ: 



'Idlng f*vf re-aolc l PRI-* 
V All. ABLE fnr mortgagee 



rnixs A SOSBEtJ. 

114 Econgbxon Street (Svaaaei Bloefcl 
Of flee O ttiU Of O JWII 

Rex E 9043 pr B *>•! 



ENUB PROS’ ro a m*, kitchen living- rnwm and dinlng- 
ar. with »•»« FttB haaemart and hot-air fornoee 

* 1 0 $00 S*’ca phtmhing Immad.aU P d*oee*<on Eaxy 
1 «U< •U'U'U , -rm . Clean eondtuon arrnn 

. Prtw tor efferi 



la r a te Cleon eondtuon g rrnn 

FrRw (or efferi 

B O DAI. ST * CO LTD 
•34 V4#W SI ,Opp Spencer*! *4141 

Evaolngo— Ffxono 

K O. Money. O Ml* W DaSbr Oo4 IM X 



MS FORT STREET 



HO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL | i>» ORA HAM BEDAN -GOOD T7RO AND ( 

I BATTERY. NICE CONDITION 

■ I l€- Irtfj MAN 14 - THI A IB A Bto 183* AMERICAN BANTAM, 

A COMPLETE REPAIR SERVICE R) 5.my cap new m il TiRER. veri __ 

. * NICE CONDITION 1811 HUIMON TERRAPLANE 



l I 

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t ^ 1 KICK CONDITION 811 ITUIMON TX! 

uam * Drlv* SaN^lta jour polnUng. r» qf’Dtl Fv)RD TRUCK NEW TIRES tiin. -rn 

oS*t (no. ushnuaarr ond tuna-wp wwrriSR | ASP BATTERY MlD-TG 

Take advamaoe of ext prnmpL *ffl#1oot n Ar\ 

™)eo .nd r— Kobi. f..« CAUSEWAY SERVICE 

wiiiOH MOTORS LTD. ' AND GARAGL 

bu i axes nun ■wf (oovt. st mumewlut OORMORA,rT 



, MID TOWN AUTO - ----- ± . . — r . 

ortr»V C.4-IOP IOU PONTIAC BEDANETTE two- r( ,, rW B If T epSiratMim [T,v1vod , 

bUDT DnUr I IY40 »«r.e rmint: fade, neoaev Irad- ogrpeD-enla an* stortgage* pwrthaeed 

Ol'fO rAlhTtVfl and fENDEP RET AIRS of ' wu • DfiMer' Fer ' » B*Ot*OW ) f ^ m gj,,,, L7D Mil ONIT 

t«U LOlU-OflANT O mil 1 Q A 1 fl T *2V2? Stood SM..4 *booo O W*[ 



•IM lOOd KUPMOBILS TOURINO — wnx Prompt Intpaellnn ard AppfTYO 7 

I !Zrt ^n«7X •TLSTt ~ 1mU tkd hawk- a, CO 

■“1,0-3# .Hrv.t..«fT- AF.rt- . .... •■-•IWRIPBW- OrtnaMOIW 

I 7j4 effndlUnn. H-ater Inrhjded She" | ■ — — ' ■ ■ 

117* Horvlew Station. Dmtglo* and Qoeena Art 

"*',1937 I i 

I E J87* or -a 1 *7* Raynor Ave after * pm | ARGS AND BMAL/ AMOCNTb M>wi 



■Th. am I AVAILABLE POR MORTOAOE LOANS 
1 pm f ARGE AND BMAl/ AMOUNT* • LOW 
= ~ I 1/ Inter eat - ntaS - rtaaonahl* 

rharge* S HA applieormn# rrtefvod 



“ r .ire- l« gift -eotre Tur never. , 

II •* a imm» IJvlfv* #wsr- tMinnc# , ■ - ■ ■ ~ — 

$ I t'n I r^mi Prlfp ifiplwkl . COUITTw? 

•uk i «ti m ramiiMi, ft*- 4 rrtAcnvi Mooran nxjnokixrw , # j rj r\r\r\- mrtAT* wrwonc mar- 
I o W- 1 i urea and forntture. -V near Umnl DwwglA*, *w 1*0 ama.d IUiUUv SR IT IN OAR BAY -Cow* 

g-vo ca-FIVI SUTTM nrry. WATER and f.-rt ao-rth H.rdw^ flmr 

$79 SO - - - m ...< mid water Pi aoo l» large Bviog-rwom To* MlfavMa, two l**> rtoaa rooms. TWO ACNSR ip >r* 

, J*^*'"* ■"* •"J LTJJJ a^teee bathmom. (Hnorte klteboo wired o* bool ploying field, gymnaolwm ond 

lAfE1 ’ K Si r JS^mMaT aw* foe rang* oaonowd-al hot w tier hootib* ravw, fwr three leonl* ewaru Cr*r>W»gb 

CANS S*! 4 ? Owner* 4UkH . tmm torge »*r#g# with n-mg, Hm.ee Wrtvooi aaa for M yworo #v-e*ae- 



•i 194 1 |uu Bfwod Bum 



HUM a vnivnai Iru 
will cnoeidee 3-rwot 
part parmont. 

t H BAGRHAWE 

*»ee* S« 

EMM. o rm 



end 'foe range oaonowH-ol hoi-wate# nooikog ream r«*r three lewnl* eowrte cranwgi* 
wtikNy rwam lor#- carage with Svmg Sow** W-hoM woo for 90 ywor* •*-»•**- 
kl quarter* Owner orewplod. * 1 1 f%Bt WHM M thi# pfopertg - Far om 

Sony p n aaoot r i > I I rUvA» pleto RfMkn.^ p 



RALPH R. WILSON 

B *03 TO# Pemberton Bwltdiog Fivono E *41 

| B-ewlose. Mr Sew4L O J4S4 



plrto poMX-oiarg^ 

THR EKFTNS REALTY CO LTD 
IASS Brood so o*i Phono E !•«! 



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THE bAILY COLOXTST. VICTORIA, E C, WEDNESDAY, DF.CT.MBER .11. W7 



HOlbtS K)H BALE 



ODER*' HCi 
from Dunn 



QUADRA 

CAfiM RIO M-? ROOM BT UC CO 

house "it * large I«4. acini- high 
Druace 



HEISTERMAN — E 4161 



Pemberton, Holmes, Ltd 



FINANCIAL SURVEY 



THE B.C. LAND 



variety fruit tree* J. w 
Gtenora hu»rt. Dui.iat *C 



Pull cgtatot „ J 

Thla u pat at. ding h nuu u rlaaa 

very | uod 



LIMITED 



AND INVESTMENT AGENCY LIMITED 
Oret W Tun In Raal Calais 



FOR REAL VALUES 
Our 61st Year 
G 8 1 24 



Fiyeplscg 

l'i mr till *>.d cuud be i 
rmnw producer. 

Prut . 

VtBTA HEIGHTS 
A better -rig* t faur-room alucco bungalow 
with all modern eonvet.ten* re Hat-water 
t,*a ting oak Bwri, through hail break- 
(at* nook Utility room and tuna Full 
tmadmeiit (»a«r Very meal? aiiuated. 
Ac* quickly lot tftti. (70CA 

Pull price i/oOU 

REVENUE J AMU) BAT 

Tan nice room*, furnished In clean coo- 
rtltluc. Haaemenl, bm-alr furnace. new 
auiumatic ■>* hut-watrr holler IU«tnu> 
lioi to per month and thtta roomi and 
oanirr for owner, 
full prlre 

VICTORIA WEST 
Pour- room bungalow, basement 



Ker & Stephenson, Ltd 



OVR IN TODAY TO THIS CORY FOUR- 
r»»m home In High Quadra Have 
it *lth furnace A r»a) buy at M 400 
ma li 14M or Hsgar * 0 4131 



SOUTH OF THE AVENUE 
$5500 



$7000 



OAK BAY— REAL VALUE 

HR AND MW 



WMH PERFECT VIEW OP TIIV CITT 
AND BTRAITB Thl* atucro hum* l* 
beautiful. Hat large living ruuoi electric 
kitchen large dining • nixit and Durr 
lovely htdmwou Pull laMtitm and hot- 
air hrai Situated an a large landscaped 
lot. I-ncod $ 10,900 



MOUNT TOLMIE 

A LOWLY • ROOM UUDIitN BUNGA- 
LOW with a very Wei out***. Inliance 
and through hail eura large living-room 
•Uh Indirect it* hung and iniutt valla 
gurstalke dining-room alih view t, a Irony 
Modern kitchen with tile tmk. dlied for 
elrnrlc rang* ar.d with leather upholder*.! 
breakfatt r« ir THRO REAL oomD 
bEDht with gjod-aiar enacts, (’em- 

broke bathroom aitb eura shaper g»- 
ptrtive inlaid linoleum id ’kllrhen and 
bat broom Beautiful net imam floor) m 
mam room* am] hatli Real high. tun ce- 
menl davnghi basement. with Utepiar* 
and ttuddlng tar rumpus room full c m 
per plumbing dn»»-in garage laundrj 
lubt in utilliy roam nil tnr kitchen Mot 
WATER HPATIKl) AYHIEM ThU hum* 



COM I' LET EL Y PIMnilElM 

You <tt. mitt it to uua beautiful h. on to. 
■nurma W . i»n at rant* in# Uanafer. 
The finish «< Ihu home u dt lute l».veiy 
uak Coot* heavy an.hen and baihroum 
Inlaid lino* Everything RPOTLFRO aaxed 
aim | . Tubed WHITE CEDAR SHARE 9X- 
IPliU’h Thla home it aell <o|.»i ru.'leo 



TOW COST HOME 

I Ail EB RAY DISTRICT FIVE-ROOM 
*’ bsi.tal"* tilth new Durutri ruof and 
new!' deenra'ed Dandy gardan In fruit 

lieei and fierr'e. Sap. 

February IE Pull 
Prlra 



TO ALL OUR CLIENTS AND FRIENDS 
WE EXTEND OUR SINCERE WISH 
FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS 
NEW YEAR. 



$4200 



PAIRPIEID An eight-rocm home with an 
automatic alr-rondltioned hta'inc plant 
Thu borne ia in rirelient condition olth 
light puUthcd fir floor*, arirad lor electric 
range, and ha* loo complete bathroom* 
and extra piumblitt in the basement Thu 
hotnt ha* five ln*eli roomt on tne main 
floor and a three- roomed aalf -rontamaed 

$9000 



POUR BEDROOMS 

Sk'. EV-ROOM FAMILY HOME NEAR 
ilaultaln Roncnt are all large and hrl*h* 
• • d aell ten Pull batemef.t with H A 
furna-* and au'omaMr heat b« ioa' 
tliaer. Hep garagt. I a dut ba^k and 
Dor. lam ***** $ Q 950 

A HAPPY AND PnORI-EROUS 



OAK BAY 

SOUTH OF THE AVENUE 



Bu ruora title co bungalow 
tmmacuiata condition 
Cbarmint living-room with flrvp,ac« 
OuHMUt dining-room 



Apprna. half -acre 
ail rang* *ar)y pntacaaim.. 



•parad to mat* it the moM modern a 
attractive httie »e have «ee> for tot 
time IMMEDIATE ff 1 O / o 

PoaesaaioN SlZ.oU 



Pull cement baeement 
Laundry tuba 
Hoi water healing 
Beautiful oak floor* 

Pour-piece bathroom 
Lovely lk»nt and thrubbei* * 
An earellent lucallon 
Earlualve littlng I e , 

PRICE /SI 

Fleate Call Mr Rtepnry 
Oak Bty Speclalitl 



torrna tlucro bun«alov> Run remtnt bate 
menl. hot air furnace Modern 



SEABOARD REALTY 
Room 311 inn Douglaa E IIM 
St- Kennedt O ♦»e4 or Jerry Bell. EII3E 



rablnet 

kitchen with biark tiled flonr dllung-rmim 
llrlng-Miont. urn bedruotn* * 

» m tiro* e bathrocun Cline 
tlnn anq thnpplng dlttMrl 
Immediate pn*te»l<m 



hun.ii.-. rhf WP« of home at enjor lifting It ItUil 
nth ron <l« r '* a ne-year -old n*e-room bunaaiow | 

‘ ^ r*'’ Thlt lovely home in beautiful turyounamg* . Of WHIP »« have tpieudid 
$6300 *• wtU *°f ,b •»*’If*g at the price duoied »,i ltr lijiea but »a 

hare cllentt aalting for atlll 

on* b i 3 it LOVELY WATERFRONTAGE “£*/ ^TUXS. 
ui I * AT LOW PRICE ESfiL'fJ" "'*• 1141 n 

■“ 1 Hullt In 1M1 te N H A tperiflrattont here 

■ *u tuw " offering large | BRAND NFW HOMf 

EAR THE room with fireplace neal itinli.g-ruum INC.VV nWfYM 

uc.o bun- rablnet kitchen, two good bedroom, four- OP CTII ID D(Y1M^ 
airly new p,ere Pembrpke ball) Cement batement vjr r '- , '- ,rs 
Iroomt. J-, hot-air heat. Large lot Hoping to water A pfetl » bungalow In 

ichen and attranivgly treed and Undgraped n.e P ^ n.M kKiuu!. UDng-room 

D ,P* n ,,rt " mediate powettlon. rt«m Cupper piping 



HIGH QUADRA 

E»tra him location TWO- YEAR ULD • 
ROOM STUCCO IHNOAIOW All room, 
of good i ur arid rumple tele modem 
throughout Oat flsort, copper plumb. n» 
wired for electric range r<e poll «e- 
metll ba*em*nt .Irtve-ln garage IMME- 
DIATE POMS ERIt ION ^rt C/Vt 

me. $9500 

A«k for Mr. Dando 

FAIRFIELD 

Neat ai.o dean four-rewm ttu.ro btiniabiw 
on remap Ui' Living -room I4*v* null 
fireplace, klt>hm and two bedroom. 

Vet. clan b'.lndi go-.d (at rente and <>l; 
heater Included PAULY PctfvHP.spioN 
•3 Mm will handle balance trcocyx 

ninthly Pud price 5 JO DU 



$8200 



A NICE S ROOM BUNGALOW 
X" RAM 1LTIII.EE lloaplTAU rull ceiornl 
*’ ba*ein»n« and furnace Hr»., 

onS" ,d $6600 

OAK LANDS 

Oanrr letvdi g rity mutt tell } mom tlucro 
but It.niw 'Pju rraitnl batement Cloae 
In i "hem w \ i/ai ipnrtation Lovely g»r- 
det and fruiytrrei p 1 TAfl 

»y 500 r..n of/gp SoJUU 

' HILLSIDE AVRNUB 
Bungalow, t *i. trlr.ua room*, full cement 
baarmrnt ai d furna' v. « COCCI 

Price ilerm.ii -bDZDU 

FIVE Amfll 

Aulo c‘>urt or h"»rir *ite Grand view H^h 
loratibn on E»»l Baanhh Highway Etrln- 



PAIRPlEt-D llaif hlnek from tea til 
rnitni temt-liunga low with full cement bate 
menl. hr.t-air neat, three tiedtetomt. three- 
plere hathrivum Separate t70Cr 
garage J/YyLl 



JUBILEE DISTRICT 

FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW on nice quiet 
itreet and very rlnte to irantpurta'lun A 
lovtiy large Mvtng-room with firrplare dl> - 
fng-rcam and good-lire kitchen, and two 
bedroom*, alto k named -in *u< oorrh, J-pte 
bathroom There It a full -kite batement 
with hot-wlr piped furna,# Loe late* A 
comhina'loo gat and wood range it In- 
cluded la the t pedal e/nnn 

prlca . 2>OYUU 

Pleat# Aik for Mr Cunu 



OOBOR Dl STRUT PRICED LOW COM 
PARE THIS ONE- ‘ 



Lovell five -room 
bui (.low vurruUnded bv beautiful home* 
llar-lttond floor* and l!(ht pollahed floort. 
large living-room; c-oo-.ijct utning-rM,m 
iwn eparloui bvdroumt. modern EM r hen 
with Hied tlnk and a lieaullful flniahed 
mum In batement. Hot-air heat with 
•awdutt burner l.iiiln ap*l tarder. Vene- 
tian blind* throuihoui, ai d at 
la contldertd a very 
good buy 



$6300 



GORDON HEAD 



STUCCO HOMF. 
TWO YEARS OLD 



HIGH QUADRA 

Modern flve rnom wi.tie ttucro bu.ifalaw. 
bulh to N M A .priTfua'.lori*. (umpnting 
■bod-.ia* eniranre hal! iai(r living-room 
•HI* HI# fire piste and large mantel gueai- 
• irr dining- room and .nappy Pulli-m 
kllrhen llle tin* aired for rente '!%in- 
l>ei! » ir bedroom* and lour pine I'embntke 
liaihri nil. Cnir rtllingt Ihroughpui and 
l.ardwiKtd flr-ir* in main room* Tull bate 
itiei.- anh _furna< e laui.drr Iraya. plus 
fircplair for uiiflnUlied rumpu. rii„m 



$7500 



Beautiful tta view One and twp- third" 
acre* of good land Ifot-waler heated 
cedar thake five-rworn modern bungu i a 
large living-room, dinette, mivtern rahlnet 
kitchen, utility room, two large bedroom* 
four-piece Femkrokr bathroom concealed 
ktalrway to unfinikhcd -upi'.airi Puli 
high batement Hardwood ftnorv. Venetian 
hlind* Thirty dart poatettion A real 
tiargaln. 



f/ocn — noOD FAMILY HOME Of 
^> 00 «JL/ gur>< huuke iltualed ,.n 
Gorge Road clo*e |q the city (hopping 
dlt'.nrt. I iving-rorim. dining rnom m r 
bedroom, kitchen and pantry down THREE 
HKOHOOMfl bathroom and tepa^ate toilet 
>ip Puli lia.ement furnace and Dnndcy 
tub* Separate garage Large lot. levtral 
fruit tree* Immediate po«tei«lon A REM 
GOOD BUY 

See A ltiir.ur, 

EMPIRE REALTY CO, LTD. 
'Member Reel Pvtale Board of Vletorlai 
1 WH nroad Street Phone E1441 



An alirwr-Uve ttt .ro bunga- 
low of ihruugl hall plan 
Utlng-foum kUfbeii. two 
bedroom k and utility room 
• embroke b.thrnom Tile kit- 
chen kint Inlaid aria Oarage 
and la.ge lot Till* It In 
Baa Men out clove In and 
kU'roinded by nice hornet, 
i ov«iy condition, 
price 



LAKE HILL DISTRICT - Modern life- 
room tltirro bungalow Pull cement baae- 
meot. hot-air furnace Modern cabinet 
kitchen large living-room dlnet'f. 1 bed- 
room. and thrr#-pi»c# bathroom Situated 
on lovely landtcaped Tot BMth lavrna- and 
vegetable garden Oarage In batement 
13 , MM will handle Lino* . blind* Inrluded 



REVENUE $100 PER MONTH 
THREE SUITES 
ALSO SUITE FOR OWNER 

Clu»e in Three fully furnithed gullet with 
•eparale gat plate. In each meal lm a- 

lion and will aiwayt rem pull basemen 
•id furnsre. Fully decorated and In 
good repair. czcnn 

PRICE . 565U0 

BotkCMlon In 30 Dai* 

Fleate Call Mr X. Attack- -Col. ]|«a 



CEDAR HILL 

V *.«'■ MODEIIN 5 It'/OM BUNOALDW 
• ' N M A btl". on *'"> d lor, cloie la but 
Puil ba woven • . |io|-»|r pipe< * 
ra*U will handle Early 
pot.rMloii 

IIAULTAIN 
A'. «k. client family home of five ruoou 
•ilfi r for lhr»e more iwmi uiwuirt 

Pull rik nine'll win. hoi air fir- 

garagf AH *r.,a<!nut room* 
gooii / *r bp-.J aid hall a block 
bu* I Early pn-ackvion. Ea>y 

isnab 

j N EW 8 TEAO REALTY 

tilrmher Heal Ettair Board of Victoria 
1014 RROAD ST. E 71 



S7250. 



HEISTERMAN & CO. 

Evening* E MIS. O 904T 
«>l VIEW rnunrp r PHONE t «!«! 

Ivinnlg* r E Ifli O 0047 



$6850 



NEW HOME 
WELL PLANNED 



$7350 



OLD ENGLISH STYLE 

Pine half limber ttucro re.idenre Ar I 
*erl derlcned (ivhl givod new I , 
;argc rwrepilun hall with npra firepla. 
Beautifully |:ro|inr tinned Itrtng-ronr Tar 
dining -rnt.m Librarr sl*h firepla.e T» 
piece balhrncm Up'iaire. four nice l« 
riximr and a haih'nom Hom# -ian 
or, high gmund a H, h view of ... . 

Olvn-.pb . 1 74 acre* of land mo.! 

natural elate with c-ak tree* c , crv 
Pftred lo aell at -b I U, jU 



FAIRFIELD 
SIX ROOMS*- 



$6600 



Tint Saanich. re»iden<c u 
brand new, with S room. 
In a tiuccb bungalow twig# 
eni lance hall, living- room 
wan hardwood floor* din- 
ing-room iifai m«> bo con- 
yerled lo third hydro. m If 
detirvil. Pirie cabinet kit- 
chen. two bedroom. Pull ge- 
rarni baaemer.i Garaec and 
property appruaimalely an#- 
third of an arre k- 4 Dd will 
handle thit and the 
full prlre 



QUICK ACTION 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
CLOSE IN 

ian room*, full batemriiL & , -jr\r\ 

If’W 56/00 



LANOLEY-S 

— FAIRFIELD CLOSE 04 BIX 
ROOM OLDER HOME All row 
are clean, aparloua. Oat laid 
In Ideal location for trtnil.nl 
rooming biiklnet* Mom# gortd 
PLHMTURE INCLUDED Own- 
er it Iravlng for Vanrnuvrr. 
and quick poetetklnn ran be 
had. Ter ma If drnned 

CASH - Location. Pernwoood 
PTVE - ROOM n.caly pain ted 
BIDING HUNOALOW wilh ait- 



$5500 



DQDIMAIT AMrartite f.iur-rnnm white 
• 'ding ' bungalow with ermen: fouuda'.lan. 
cdnititllna of nice bright llrlng-room mod 
ern cabinet Ellrtirn two hedronm. arid 
bathroom Thlt hem* hat a teparate 

garage and worfhi.p, situated on a •••on 
garden lot Cloae lo school* and Iran* 
portatiKt- Ideal for retired CA7CH 

coup!* Priced e! 54/j(J 



. ■ • 

*'kli a mag tiieni Uying-ruom and fire 
p'.re raiq„r: and «,•* n.„.r, in every 
r -•>!, A|,niM*.uteirly I tna t«e| of floor 
»i’.' r Three grai n tv<rra.-niv beautiful 

• i. .jleta r kn i.«-i |i, r <n,k and df,p relllnga 

adjoining unlit? toon, The piolering and 
1 1 • ' "Ok# la de i •* I umple'a 

al'h the*. J,"er ai.poinlmeni. air rondl- 
iinurd hea' ng Vc man blind*, gmid cup- 
U.'.rd »p»,r rnpi-er piping Durutd ruaf. 
k'llly li iiibiM Lari' lot The .vinttriir-- 

• ..i and va.'ua of thl* lioro* ~ . r\ 

V'U won t It- trr wt ^lIZ.OUU 



CABELDU & MAY, LTD 

Offer Two ” 
EXCLUSIVE HOMES 

No l 



$6500 



JAMES BAY 

TWO BLOCKS FROM SEA 

f ive-room hungtl, w in tpolli 
New plumbing, new roof and 



filli.atrd In Kequimall on 2'j acre* 
of bra'illful aoodland. rockerv and lavi.a 
Cinun; ivir.g. on tne ground Poor, living ■ 
room i SB t 33,. dining-room of good u;r 
be.lronn. adjoined by thoroughly equipped 
powu er room LTira-modecr, kitchen vri-.h 
vwry dekirabTe 77 ti ufrf uniF'r rvnn oft 
kitchen Handsome tlalrwar lead* to 
second floor, comprising two beautiful bed- 
rooms. bathroom d* lu*e The baarmrnt 
It full *]*« atid baa the most modern Oil- 
O-Ma'ic lirailiig plant and epa,-r fur large 



$2150 



BUILDING LOT 

Near Rwkland Avenue a fine lm 
ig. r Ihree-quartgri i;f an 
view of Olympic* and elrail 



$7350 



Ilf 9COLLARD flLIX.« 1307 DOUGLAS BT 
B lot: or E 4544 
Wight*: 



AK LANDS POUH-ROvjM BUNGALOW 

in perfeti cundliion lntide and out. 
I . bright kitchen, two nice bedu-onie 
i bail, mom. flour i ah freshly atmltd 



ONE-YEAR-OLD 
WELL SITUATED 



$2750 



$4200 



Plea*# Ark for Mr Be'.U 



Plea^ »’k for Mr Ragvhawe 



Rithet Consol'doted, Ltd 

EmthUhed 1*71 

Member Real gvlate Board of Vlrtaria 
1117 WHARF BT PHONE OITI 

Evening 

Mr Ht'.rhrr G '»•« M, lorlit. O 4*4 
Mr C'otiance. t 7f]g 



b*»>-n,r.'i anh furnace. rtcJ 
nice large mt with (run tree* 

jai media r e rossraatoN 



O M0«: Mr Kirkpatrick £ 7333 



A eiuren home wiih a woo 
de.rful DUIlnok over hill* arid 
valley. WelMreed tut 30Px 
1*0 Large living-room fin- 
ished in knotty pine and 
with nice fireplace Dining 
room fer <ony»r»ron Into a 
third bedroom Two bedroome 
and Pembroke bathroom 
Cabinet kitchen with inlaid 
lino. Utility ruotn 
Price . 



$5250 



»21 Government fit reel 



OFF WEST SAANICH ROAD 
ABOUT 7 MILES FROM 
TOWN 

Well-built bungalow, tundlr.c high up 



I'i-Mll.E CIRCLE — A NICE STUCCO 
buneaiu* ©Oil l*lri lug LM.jDR. bright 
giuhei, i*u tiic# bed r o', mu and baih 
Pnrpiare e'air <n • go-'d room In the; 
•WB and »hei. there It another room ini 
Hie full cement liau menl Which a'.ao hat 
furna,'., tub. and drlve-ln garage Nice 
lot with lot* of fruit, quick pot*e.**mn. I 
»J 400 rath halanra at # / nnn 

rent. Pull pn<« 500VAJ 

CENTRAL REALY 

111 View. 113157. Eve. O JM5, B 3733 



car Her* u Indeed a betutl- c . ^ Ann 
fuJ home at about _ v I Z,UUU 

No 3 — A home of Importaiire. beauty, tub- 
• tai.ee aid rnnventer.ee Situated In a fin. 
reside, Hal dlvrirt of Oak Btv Cumprlt 
In* beautifully appointed room* on 
ground floor, wnh aptetidM rumpu* room 
Double garage adjoining the reslilrnrr 
The lot It I3U 1 ISO Tatex are reason- 
able Thlt r«»!dence was Guile * 1 * year* 
•#o from the finett material*. Finest w„rk- 
men employed The Oll-O-Malic water 
pitot la the lie.t obulnahie Tlte fte'ure. 
are of tlie beet The arrangement of the 
home 1 * alt you eould desire 
A quirk tale U desirable 



RANDALL'S 



GREATER 

VICTORIA REALTY 

*41 YATEH bTREET 
OFFICE FHONI E V1IM 



ESQUIMALT 

Cio » lo Naval Yard ar d Yarrow* i-room 
bungklus. newly d*< , rated Full l avement 
wllh earagr Immediate pruteavlnii Ln* 
take. Terms arranged $3800 



Plve rooms, tiring-room with hardwood 
finer* and granite fireplace Full batement 
*llh furnace Garage, chicken hon»e- 

ar o6od , * , " r $9000 

Plea*e a.k for Mr Thomvnn 



FAIRFIELD 

$2500 arranged, on b 

ROOM 8 TPCCO liUNOALiJW 
[iiuve ga« range and Venetian 
blind*. Full prl.e 

SAANICH 
CASH, BALANCE EABY TEKMP. 
4>ZJUU on BRAND NrW FIVE-ROOM 
STUCCO BUNGALOW tf TAAA 

Full price 5/UUU 

R. C. REN.srrt 

•0J Couriney «Opp Foal Oflicgi 
Fhonea — E 7713 - U 0130 



BALANCE CAN BE, 

pretty four- 
■ Inrludmg oil 1 

$5850 



REAL VALUE IN 
LAKE HILL HOME 



OAK BAY 

HOT WATER HEATING 

A gleaming while * urr« wllh atery COM* 
tori Me. te< runun hall, large ll.lng- 
rvom wllh haruw.i.id fhvoi* and nice open 
llreplace riming room, 2 nice bedroom., 
rablnet kltifien and 4 piece bathroom, lull 
cement batemrui with drive-in garage, 
hoi-waler healing piani. very large heated 
tun, mi* to, m Very nice law 1,1 and gaiilen 

SI 1.000 

6 vtne lerma could be arranged 



MARIGOLD F»ur~room lurnithed huriga 
low. sun perch and batement, new furna - 1 
large lot. fruit tree* CZQCr 

Price ^OODL 

Ultma No 723. 

JUBILEE AREA Fuur-ruom tiding bungs 
low. full basement On a good ergnn 
garden lot 13 noo down Price iOoUL 
lining No M». 



/ kWNKR TRAMFmm MUST BELL 
’ " B ...'ci. bungalaw I 1 , , ilia circle, 
panoramic view. 4', acre*, York treat, air 
conditioned, ml -immure unit Through 
nail Ian- lirlrre • room, til* flreplare 
famlH -sued dining-room »«o nice hud- 
roc-rn*. til rarpned waH-lo-wall <netrlv 
new, four-piece Pembrrdie bathroom, 
modem kii< hen, tunny nook Uptitlr*. 
one large room finished one unfini»h*i. 
Full remeti' hateinmt tuba rxlra toller, 
garnte. fir.twl family orrhard Brnall 
frulte Apt>r»>«ed at 114. MO ruhalder offer 
No a genii, plea.e Owner Albion 143 X 



JUBILEE DISTRICT 



A fire-rocun gtur-n bunga- 
low well built Intulateil and 
with copper nip.t g 'hruuch- 
nu< Through hall, large Hv> 
litg-rtnim with granite fire 
place. conrenlent kl'chen 
ant) »wo bedroom*, dinette 
off kitchen Tembi ,*e bath- 
room Pip# furnace a n<cm 
location and a lovely view 
Immediate pas>r«xinn 



Well-built b,.ma of 7 rooms. Ideal loca- 
tion for r. lill-.g pail of the haute Nta 
roqf Good KH. fruit tire* spaas 

Quick povaevtlon Prlca 5DUUU 

CaU Mr Roberteon 



PORTAGE INLET 

Tins delightful bungalow rontaln* t! 
hall, large living-room, firing the 
wllh hralalator firepltre and oak 
Two twln-beri-etse 



$5750 



NBAR QUADRA Five-room alvicoo hunga- 
luw • years uld with tiaremvnt Blluared 
on a nicely ta< , 1.1 aped lot C77CA 

Move right In for 5/ JDU 

Llallhg No 714. 

LANCIFORD- Brand new fi<ur-ruoni aluero 
bungalow. 3-plwew baihrorrm flliuated on 
a large lm with rliy water ^ AOAfT 
IM light Price 54ZUU 

Utllng No T35 



WALKING DISTANCE 

Blk large roorrre. etcellern condition, all od 
one flour. Full cement boarment with fur- 
nace ar.d work room OU range Included 

Prlre* * rT4n, ' < ’ $6500 



bedrovimt, spaclnu* 
bathroom wllh Pembroke bath and tnower. 
kitchen wllh enamel sink fivture * id 
Monel metal hm-waier tank Oil-burning 
range Full batement with hoi-air fur- 
nare piped lo earh room Copper muter 
MB' | garage. The 



$8750 



LAHuR ROOMED HOUSE. CEME.M 
batement. eotxre furniture. 1SU HU1- 



Pemberton, Holmes, Ltd 

M3 FORT STREET SINCE 1M7 

Member Reel E.iatt Board 



PRACTICALLY NEW 
AND CABINET KITCHEN 



OAK BAY * 
OIL-O MATIC 



/HER WILL ACCEFT REASONABLE 
etfer for new eiv-r-wtm home all on 
»<r, bill* Utility roam and le-ge baee 
In excellent locality Falrflald. No 
r. P„t « 3 |* rolnniai 



•w-KlXIM BUNUALOW. FURNIBHED 
/ Etreueni condition. Owner l#avh g 
fire Teruia reeaonable, Box 7«7«. Calunlkt. 

5 -ROOMED COTTAGE ON A GOOD 
City Int 4I.1.VI Boy 7244, Colonial 



pipe laundry tub* ... 

Ini I* 310 feet deep and approximately ISA 
feet on the waterfront, and 5J fe#t on tl.r 
road. It I* partly In earden and partly In 

natural live. 

the h,*u*e 

10 rehabl* party. 

$9000 

CABELDU & MAY, LTD 

1313 BROAD STREET E 717 



Thla attraruve hnm. la built 
on the ‘hrough-hall plan 
Large living-room irex **rr* 
deep window* In the mr*d»rn 
e'yle. Nice flveptare Gouri- 
■-Ire dlnli,«-r<mm Cabinet 
klichen with llle alnk Wired 
for elrrtrlr range Hardwoo.1 
fluor* Two bedroom. w«h 
I'rmhroke bathroom Full ce- 
ment bavemertt and pipe fur- 
nar# Fitta large lot wi»h 
oak tree* Clrvjc to city and 
(ran.portatlan 
Prlre 



Ai. nppurlunii « lo purrlia*# an ulira-m««> 
ero h.iovc ul b e.tra large room* with every 
™» 0 »tu roHyroientg or. a quiet aireet. 3- 
mtnuia wa'k to el) atur*i Tin* htama •«» 
hu-lt h- er 1 in an contractor for hi* own 
u*c t nil li*M. ceoienl basement with I Ilk— 

$11,900 



QUICK POSSESSION 

T7»*v very all ramie aturro butigaluw hat 
> t, - e room* and rktra rntim In baaeqiem 
l,»rd» uod , Laura In mam rooms, coved ceil- 
"is. Ill# ili.s Pembroke bath and fuL 
bxo-mrm vrl'-h furnare COCAA 

Prtra . 50DUU 

CaU Mr Oliphant 



cir»»elieri driveway up lo 
Taxex only 173 Good term* 



i kWNER 1JWVING CITY, MUST BELL k- 
1 e room **i»r-« bungalow. Oaklandi re- 
mem havemvnt, furnare 13 500 handles 
Phone M 4104 



P. R. BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 



$3000 

W T Lai it > till* brand r.tw b.,r, *•'>■• 
Kit A. construction Cedar Hill rlmrirr 
Tliree hedroarrv and fully modern full 

ba.emrr’ and furnace Bal f 7TCn 
• nee 135 per mon'h Pull prlre 5/ ODU 
f-lltlnc NO 7»I> 

LADIES' STYLE SHOP 
WITH 

THREE-ROOM FURNISHED 
SUITE 

Large alack valued over »4 TOO Fixtures 
a*,<t furniture worth II. Ton Three-veer 
lea a* at |SS per month Profit* over |35A 
per month Immediate pceaeasiun to «ior# 
and tulle Lnr>k at ihll er-jrtA 

today, for nnl» Ip DJUU 

With I* nrb) down and balance arranged 
Lletlng No 734. 



BROWN BROS 



EXTRA SPECIAL 

IIATIIICIA BAY WATERFRONT - AT 
■ teariiyp bangabiw Four room* down 
and »ne up I vlng-ronnv with fireplace 
Tar- g.mtj -*ire bedrounvi, large kitchen One 
very large bedrniim up Wonderful view 
‘hir'd repair Tan large lnt* Water and 
light On bug line rhurrh and store rlnae 
lloathwiw 43 150 rash, balanre |I5 per 
month bu Int. real &'inr\r\ 

Full price 5 jVUU 

sir-room family ht-m» trerg* enlrance 
hall, hvlng-room with flrrpiacg dining- 
room all oak floor* large kitchen, oil 
range toilet and. wa*hroom down Three 
Very nice bedrooms and bathroom Up, Ilaae- 
mrnr furna. e. separate garage. High lo- 
. atlon Wondrrful eohdlllon. c/ann 
Special value Term* JlOOUU 

We have many buyer* waiting for Pity and 
Country Maine* tn all price ranges and we, 
would very much appreciate a luting ol 
Tour properly 

Full Partlrnlart-at 
11 A HUMBER LTD. 

• I] View Btrrel t )2»3 

Alter Hour* Call Q 1#»4 or O *104 



OAK BAY 
UPLANDS SLOPE 
OIL-O MATIC 



MOUNT TOLMIE A valuable and dlailnt 
tire home. 81 s large room* on main floe* 
plus large rumpus room and gue*t room in 
baaemrnt Every modern feature, lnciud- 
Itre tun deck and automatic oil heal Land- 
scaped garden with oak irere Itradv tor 
immediate occupation. r\n>r\ 

Offer 5ZU.UUU 



HIGH QUADRA 

A very delightful and unusual stucco bun 
galow on (wo lots Built by a nmsiraner 
for himself, of excellent materials and 
workmanship. Large living- rc-.m, dining- 
room. ultra modern kllrhen with breakfast 
nook, fuur bedroom# and bathroom all or 
one floor Hardwood floor* lloi-watrr 
heating Full basement Recreation room 



$9500 



f.u.e In (lie. era Siurco bungalow of Sis 
sparioua room* Very attractive and well 
conilrucied Hardwood throughout trergr 
bright living-room, good- me dining-room, 
modern ki'rlieo, four-piece I'emhruke bath- 
room. hot-waler heat. Its new, and Im- 
mediate possession g , * ««« 

Prlee 5 I 4.UUU 



A viper hii-ne In Ipveiy rondltlot, Has 
'•»*• llein* Mean, dining -room. 2 nlr# hed- 
eaMne Si*, hei uMM'y room #r d 
4 Pl»»e I Jthiryi m ha'dw ,. (1 flr.nrt In eee-y 
'""«n ful'. rcmet.i naaemert with garaaa 
and finished rirfim Evett thing In lm - 
ivtav uuif rnndition. Including large lot. 
fill price tfiorvrtrs 



KER & STEPHENSON 
LIMITED 

Member Real Relate Board of Victoria 
3<H GOVERNMENT 8 T * <3 41! 

Night Phenea— E 45 M and 11307] 



MARA, BATE & CO. LTD 



GENTLEMAN S ESTATE OR 
CONVALESCENT HOME 

Seafront approx S mile About 70 acre 
par* land with some valuable tlmbec 
Bungalow-type florae of ten fine rovin.i 
all on on# floor Wide (weeping veranda 
Several outbuilding*. Including vfr.atiti 
quartets Tennl* rourt, lawr,x and gar 
den Absolute ^ , q 

••elusion I 7 | Jwl 



JOAN CRESCENT 



GORGE 

Btucco bungalow Four rooms and ntmk 
large living -roum with fireplarg Pern- 
brukv bathroom Full basemenL furnare 
and garage Qulei street, but tfrorin 
rime lo bus Price 2> / ZUU 



Two-»Sory hot-air heatevl atuern bunsaluw 
Three bedrooms and bathroom on upper 
flooi Attractive Llvlng-rcoin with fire- 
place. den with fireplace, auiiroum din- 
ing-room. pass pantry and kitchen Hard- 
wood floor* In all main room* Occupancy 
very short time For further Information 
a.k for Mr. Harrington e 1 n 1 r\r\ 

Prtre 5 I Z.6UU 



TED HAWKES & CO 

1171 MIR DOUGLAS Ere B 



Evening Phnr.ee 

Mr La mg R 7344 - Mr Craig E »»97 
♦ Mr Mltrhett O (373 
• Member Reel EVate Board of Vletorlai 



INVESTMENT 
NEARLY NEW 
ATTRACTIVE STUCCO 
SIDE-BY-SIDE DUPLEX 
WITH VIEW OF SEA 

Farh suite rompnaea Hvlng-room with Tire 
Place, hardwood floora, cabinet kllcher 
• Itii breakfast nook two bedronmi. four 
Piece bsthrwun with Pembroke bwth 



HAULTAIN 

Near Oakland* aehtvul Heat and rosy bun- 
ealnw of four room. Ape.tlraaD r>en 
ihrunehoul Fvill Waarmem and furnace 
Ou**lrte- garage Nice garden 13 son raah. 

balanre Ilka read tcocn 

Full price 5DZ0U 

Fall Mr Dnnahua 



Near Uplands golf, court* A riiatrlet ol 
beautiful new hnmrx Auraetix* aturri 
bungalow built by w master eraf'sman 
Five larger-than-uaual ronoi., also twr 
well-flRlahed room* In baarmrnt largi 
living- room with flreplare iplendld hard 
wood font. r»ira lollrt in basemen' 
HOT WATER HEATING WITH OIL FUR 
NAFR and man- other gprdal tea* irrt 
Further tnforma'ion „ ■ . -jer 

at offtce 5 I 4,/jL 



Delightful hot-water-heated ala-ronm real- 
drrict with two b*droooi> and bathroom 
down, one bwrimum up Bllua'ed 011 on# 
acre of secluded Tandaraped ground* with 
beautiful panoramic view over Btratia 
Further, parilrulara at e 17 onrv 
office. Pure JI/,OUU 

1 Aik for Mr Harrlngioni 

UPLANDS 

Blk-ro«tnrd bungalow. Ol - O - Malle 
heated Modern throughout Further par- 
Ocuure upon Inquiry. $ , 9 qQQ 

• Aak for Mr. Harrlngioni 



1 JREFAHniC A IED 110 115 16, * TO 
I room*, garece Bummer cottages, 
chicken flout#' auto rourt unit*— all ea*iw 
and quickly erected Hardware and M a e- 
oriMe auiio:i»,l Phone £ 3*rtl. D. L Moor 
1*44 Hampshire Road. 

I3RFWAR WHITE BTUCCO BUNGALOW 
1 high IvaeemtnL garaga. two lota 3130 
Donald 



A modern t-rrwwn aiurco bun- 
relue Ino basement, approk. 
la ' ear* old iJv in*, room, 
dlnlr.g-room two hejrmima. 

l.en and pantry ] pier* 
ba'h'nnm central hall for 
Lea-"'.# At' ached garega. 
Good W>< fruit tree* immedl- 

• '# pnsaeaaiuh Aak for Mr, 
Mr Vry 

JAMES BAY 

An older-ttpe aide -by -aide du- 
plea five rreima In earh No 
basemen! Cnrr.fr In' Tavea 
I4c Pt'\ie»*>nn In one aide. 
Ask far Mr MtVry 

CAREY ROAD AREA 

A kit-room eeml-bur.galciw rn» 
J'JVJ basemenl F»ur rvngu down 

• rd two roooii up Appruv. 
rive year* n|d Benarate gar- 
aye r rood Int Near erhnol 
and bus Cf'itvk poeaeaaion. 
Aak fnr Mr M.-V*V 



COOK STREET 



CHARMING 'VflfTK STUCCO RUNOAIOW 
Ir immacuiai* '«%dtllnri large *1 a 
room with open firepiare dlnllvg-runm. ivo 

gond-alr* bedrraitn* 4 -plea# I'rmbPii' 

bath Modern kl'chen w|ih r|!ed alnk and 
numerou* cupboard* Pull ha«'me*it and 

■mall extra baremint. Separate g*r**r 
Early pasaevsior, Ell CAft 

Price 5 I I 1 Jv/U 



GEQRGE RANDALL 

HO# DCTUOLAB Q 



An *scepti«nallv well planneil and well 
kept iturco bur, galow. In a dlmrvct ol 
r.»w hnnvva Plve delightful roam* with 
ei'r# room In basement Hardwood flnara. 
beautiful kllrhen 'wired for elecrete einvei 
Full bairment. Nice garden < OOCA 
Ea«y term* 5oVDU 



FAIRFIKLXi - 6 p lend Id famil# 
Incnme Btx bedroom* Nl 
Easily (ha beat buy in thl* 
papular district 



V*EVEN ROOMS BTTTABIE FOR 
revenue Near Oak nay g/AAA 
Avenue Wall worth *eemg at ^OtUU 

Reiltlenre Mr Ruaaell £ 1273 
COLES At BUSNEIL 

0 3031 710 Brnuthtau Bi, O CMS 



SAANICH PENINSULA 



WALKING DISTANCE 



Return* 11)4 per 
mnnrh rould be inereaaed Fwlly furma ed 
Quiet location r.nod home tO^An 
and a »nlng rorrern J/jUU 



$4500 



I-BtHTE APARTMENT In an excellf • Ir 
ca'lon, and near tn sea and g v 1 r ac, 
tranapartatton Price I I 1 Jvu 



wew ana ties* rive room Mufro bung# nv 
One arr* good anil, amp!* water 'supply 
Hnuea aparkling new and modern: living 
roi-oi wllh large fireplace, dining -roum 
large modern kitchen with quality lino- 
leum and woodllfl from basemenl. Ilrinlrtrni 
in hall and three-piece ba'hroom two bed- 
■ rnnma Extra shower In full cement have 
menl Hot-air heal fairge raid room In 
harem cn | for frull and vegeiahlr' lawn* 
ev'abllthed front and hark Cement walk' 
and good drtvewa* Ten fruit * Q ,«a 
tree# A good bur at 504UU 



MARA, BATE & CO. LTD 

Member Real E'tate Board of Vlrtaria 
• 12 Font STREET PHONE C7I34 



WATERFRONT 



.. Family h«m# or duplee 

Ntre Inralton lloi-water heat TOCAA 
■ EVEN fine room* iODUL 



YATES STREET 
ROOMING HOUSE 

■ ROOVB 2 B ATflRTrOMB All Mewpleri 
aq-^d revenue 3 1 m. J | q^qq 



HOMES OUR SPECIALTY 



J. H. WHITTOME & CO 
LIMITED 

IBIS BROAD STREET E 131: 



JUBILEE DISTRICT Plte-room bungalow 
Hardwood flocir* in living-room, dining- 
room and hall, two large bedroom*, base 
met", furnace, drlve-ln garage “ 

Included in price 
of 



LEACH & SPARKS 



SAANICH— CLOSE IN 



APPROXIMATELY $2600 
DOWN— 2 V, YEARS 
BUILT STUCCO— 4 ROOMS 



TED HAWKES & CO. 

•I ’ 1 Eve* , E 4 337 

lllft DOUOLAE STREET 



Rti-renm rvwv home Newly painted In and 
out Living-room dining-room kitchen 
wiih modern Nature*, three bedrooms 
Benarate garage Fruit tree* Taxet 127 a 
year Pcieaaion 14 day* Close # rArn 
lo arhotil and tranapoMatlon 5DZDU 



• II VIEW BTRltrr 



$6600 



'U-Naw 1 -t.um amatl 
eJ^JV bungalow with full |,*«emen| 
fil'u#*e,i on a ntee loi with re ‘ 
ml'e eirrle no Carey Road. 

4-Room 



FAIRFIELD— Fire five-room liu'-galmr 
e lo*« tn. fiaromen) furnare. garage All 
tn flrat-claa* condition. e * nr\r\ 

Prlee. term* 56 yUU 

a fiNfir a T *4 (Oh Five. room home with 
basement, furnace and garage 



Gorge -nnrn»*de dlvrri'f in Baanlrti tb»« 
lotalt ii'ii* home I* bull! low and spread 
out «n fey tier* There are 4 room' pin* 
a furnace roum and aUarhed fuel roum 
and cart 4va-»m*nt. furnace-»nnm b»’a*e*, 
kltrlven and bath one »•#« Inwee and baa 
iBundro tub* oak and fir fltwir Nice 
large lot Juti e right home fnr en 

•Iderlv rouple Few etep* Ho'-alr piped 
to room' lo* fenred A*X foe Mr 
HaupiDelaeh pffl'w O gl71 re* B 7744 



HEATH'S 



HOLIDAY SPECIAL 

Five- room bungalow in awtieae oopBItlon 
hire living-room dining-room 3 large bed- 
room* HtChei,. bailirru.ru T)il« home Jo- 
ealed In Jairiea fi*V. be v e new Du' Old 
rn »•> f'd piumr.ii.g Nice lo 1 tn gerder 
Oa-ege FgaaeaUbf. In aimgi sir week*. 
Thlk ronaldered an <y4Tr\n 

eieeller t but at 5*4 ZUU 



Bungalow 

fiiluared on a nlre are* lot 
#• Thl* place la nleelv Her- ! 
oratad. A *f'«t buy at the low price asked | 

FairTieW Dlatelcl B»v 
JlreOUU enu* of **7 (III pe • month and 
one largw room fnr owner Gocd lerm* cart 
be arrane-d an thi« fie# th'a todav a* we 
consider Ibis a real buy 

Vo ,u man QUADRA Newly 
redecoreleri 5-room bungalow 
with full cement basement and drlve-ln 
•Stage Lovely large l"t with leutt 'reea 
Fo* a low -pr ir e home ln Ihlt rtlatrlct vnvi| 
cabt beat thla one 

(Cjcn-Hr lit- GORGE "PEOM. 
J J*lJU lovalvr five ro»nv bungalow 
which la in verv n'r# rondl'lwn Full ra- 
ment bwvemeni and d"v» in garage. Bit - 
Hated Pti a large Int Cloae to school and 
trac.vnortatton. We reroaimend 'hit as 
a good buy. 

**4 Ul — B'ai.4 new w*,"e 
iOJUU allirra bunealow in Keaulthll 
cicmor niwrnir-r VeC»r In evari wav 
from lapraiHfei. laager to n ed celling* and 
drlve-ln garage Tht* h-nre is on on# of lha 
nl.-evi (tree (a In thla district Hurry for 
this 

t 7 «;nn 7,4 jameb bat »** 

5' JUu IhU 4 -rmim house twriav a- 
n- mi uit ThU la Ideal for revenue tinn-A 
All nlcwlv detnralei! Inalde and out Cel 
menl haaemenl and foundal'wn Bltuat-A 
on a corner tnl with all kinds of atarnba I 
ThU la a real bur 

en/we **• HI — Jut* Off Ournatdt. tn 
5 / 0 / D I '.-mil* rircig thla modern *- 
room vtureo bungalOE Jvtaa is moniha ,-4«v 



$4000 



BROWN BROS. LIMITED 

<E* lahltahrri Itili 

704 FORT KTRFri FNONE 8 *B IIE3-4 

Member Real Fatale Board «f Victoria 



^^tQCA“ , **'KMBIDE Gui'il fami.j h'-mc 
500 JU of a* veil rnoot' 'ioa# ".*. 1,001 
and rranepor.a'ino. Three bedroom* large 
living. room w"h ftreplac-, dining room, 
th ree-pie' e ba'hroeim Full rement have- 
mem. hoi-a'r heal enamel tuba 



WISHING YOU 
ONE AND ALL 
THE COMPLIMENTS 
OF THE SEASON 



REAL OOnn down*,!»n h, ieir.es* property 
Information ai offtre only. 



THE CITY BROKERAGE 



S i 1 ren — FAIRFIELD R.il» on 
I I . JjU corner lot New i-FInci, 
U)tra-Mud»rn Biding Hungalnw Fun ce- 
ment bnaemeoL garage OU-O-MaHc heal- 
ing Vacant 



BRAND NEW 



TED HAWKES & CO 



JOHNSTON & CO., LTD 

Eat '«! 190.1 

COMPLETE INSURANCE BERV1CB 



Mr W illiam Rollick. Mr F O D* Ms* litre 
Mr John A Marnof! 



Blueep burreeiow of ( unou Large living- 
room open fireplace, dining rie>re 2 irrq 
fn.ioe .arge cioaeta oas f|<w,f. mwder , 
cabin*', kitchen Full na semen! Durotd 
roof If A heat Thla home la lora'»d In 
a good r**l^'> Hal < Ioa# ■ 

tra •puriatlon. Immediate 



SAANICH 

Huuse nf ala ronma ihree bedroom* Older 
horn# buv in very good condition Good 
garden lei Low taxes g . A s\r\ 

Good value at 544UU 

Evenlnga. FIII3 

CITY 

Off Oak Ray Avnu* " 11 -room houae. two 
lore fruit Uvea, all fenced Property tn 
• plvnrild r.indmoo throughout. e 

Tax.* only 1 ** 54yUU 

Evening*, g BUS 



$8400 

STEWART CLARK & CO. 



TAKE *0 MINUTER OF tOUR TIME 

Dm* ox vc the hegi read or, Vaneouver 
D'afid end *v*q will bw In »dnrv The 
fa »'#'1 growing” depresslor.-p.-oof rnmimi- 
filiv In BC. wllh lire fli.eal rlimare in all 
Canada. 



SOOKE 

Appro* *'« a r r ea beautifully wooded 
feel harbO' fron'aav <d*ep water f| 
bods' '•eg., <lal Ion, 9 1 mun bungaioa 
Rlcce In I. R 3 o'er* ba'hroom. ( •>»< 



II CENTRAL BUXI PHONE O 5941 

Member* Real Ettate R'laret of Vlrtaria 
Victoria a Real Headquariera 



niRCk Mfl.E CTRf LI -An atlractiv# same 
in thla new modem l ram ttueea bunga 
w* fan rr,mr.»irj Mas mta large iiv 
log- room with open flreplare hardwwod 
fl.-mva Frwn-h dnnri Two bedroom* kn- 
rheo and dinette Pull ewmer.t basemenl 
with furnace and gataga Fine large lot 
wllh excellent soil eynnn 

Prlre nD urrrva 5 / / UU 



E E. HEATH 



Ever. mga M H7» > 7I7J 



pa 1 - 4 Ujipc. 



Alro bea'ii ifullv flniahed gueai iwrea* Hall 



real, happy and RAPE holiday' Remember 
IF TOO DRINK - DONT DRIVE IF 
TOU DRIVE-OONT DRINK 



Rhen 700 ##• there a, d wuh iw ae* what 
la fnt vale make our office your Infwr- 
maiion bureau There it no obligation 

entailed, and yaw aave a lot of lime and 
money 



M»i love r views of Outer ar.a Inner Nar. 
hi" "I Books Full -bearing family or- 
ebarri ThM valuable property gtraiegle- 
• M: :a,ed In the near' of •»,. fait de 

♦el-Rffg dlgtaler dOCfW 

5950C 

Evctwatve Uatlnga 



*74 TATK 8 BTRRFT 
Real Etta t* • Insurance 



RHONE R lift! 
Notary Public 



EVERGREEN 



enQCA CABM ana aw.te right l 
j/“JU very smart four raum 
cioae la aahnwl a ol iranaonriai mi 
clean and neat H-.aade and wui ■ 
eatinn. Fwrnitu'e and new mi 
eluded VICTCfRIA RENT 
Full prlre 



A S MILLER 

udg flanehard rr 



DON HARVEY 
ENTERPRISES LTD 



$1500 

la ^11 you need to mova into a 'comforts 
hie llltl# ♦- room cottage In ipoiiru con- 
diiMtt and In tho Quadra Hatrlrt, mi 
burner kllrhen range and all float rev 
•ring' included si Ul* Hdlculnualv low 
prtrw 



H A ROBERTS LIMITED 



SAANICH 



ALFRED CARMICHAEL 
& CO., LTD. 



ge l»- 

Rirr 



411 BEACON AVR .Oppoait# Peal Of fire 
Phone 941 



$4250 



$4900 



tinno ° r c ' ,! * Bi,1 9 

J jOUU houaa In fiaahirh ijn- 
aide 4-mlie fire)*', all nrw|y dero- 
rated vrod»j-. tivrhev us-ta-dala 
ha'h'ocxr with thower twr epr- 
« ' h#.i- and 
cnld waler mped in ^krge h»«. 
high and cloae to iranaravriat'on 



$3975 



WE WISH ONE AND ALL 



#7QCrt- DAI LAB ROAD INVENT 

9/VjV KENT Lev, room' deuM* 
plumbing bm-aatarv be#, F.ianer-i 

Plenty of room far e«tra twite lo attlr 
AH aottga newly demea'ed Bhowg greH 
revenue With poMiMIPy for lorceaae Yai- 
■ "table cnynev property ol*h a magnlftrent 

me* *- -b*» th« Ptralu 



$2500 

Down ar.d the ba .ore at rent for a 
fnrtabi* 4- room bui.gaine with set 
•arage In close- to Falrflalg 
va hurry fnv this at a full 
pnre of only 



Ultra-modern g room aturrq hwn 
Omt fiwn Urr« lit Inc room h 
ttfwl flreplare gnod nigh basemen,. 
• tad in one of the chntreat lbaptH 
f»ak Bay with vplendld aea view re 
.e.n a. ,• ...q. %]& 

Ewrnibga E9I11 and O »«'*/ 



ESQUIMALT 



SAANICH 



HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS 
NEW YEAR' 



Three ae if -contained aul'ea prwduetng 
Wim and a suite for awne* H 
furnare large ground* 11 eno 
•tandie this and the » -j • 

nil prtra to 3 / . 



Km* go «l five room 
furnace ro'er^ld 
IH-WXia eirrle Grew 

wwrbingmaa a( only 



$5850 



H A ^ROBERTS LIMITED 

17)3 DOUG LAfi mm OOP The fia- 
rhoeve R JI97 

• WR COVEN RRfTISM COIUMRIA * 
lOf ftro Open Baturday— g 10 \< 



F»' further InformuXao rail 



$4500 



THE BC LAND 



EVERGREEN REAL 
ESTATE LTD 

Ttl VtEW FTNETT r 



Bayne & Normingfon 

PEMBERTON BIJNI , V p One FI MB I 



5 NOOkS KOUfiE UNDER CfJNRIRlN 
How. Pull! »o »n* 'OO* with -hiwtnc 
MeB on hand •« Normal 4khre.v etr'r'f 
Fiunvbict ordvfeg and in atorag* O *11V 



Bswofoga O Mtg 



H. W MILLER & CO 




ruo - CHAIN - CSKOC - CHOCKAICC - HA HO WARS 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, D C4 WEDNESDAY, DEC I'M HER 31. 194 



Railway* in VS. 
('ill’ll Rate Boost 



• ROOM 



ANTSD IN FAIRFIKUJ I 

bungalow, luU crmrnl a 
'*<« and g*'dvn. •rumiB 
i|rnu Early po#****!oo 



POPULAR GONZALES BAY 



FAIRFIELD 
REVENUE PROPERTY 



GILLESPIE, HART 



lit liv Student \ eterans 



WASHINGTON, De* 30 ,4*1 A 
t urther "•mertency" freight rato 
in i' tr amp of 10 per cent an* author- 
ised for United State* Railways to- 
day by i hr Interstate Commerce 
ConmiUatnn. brawling charge* 30 
par cent above what thry were Lam 
O ctober l. 

A* in lha ca m of llw ear lit* U» 
par cent hike. issued leaa than three 
inonttu Ago, the oommlaaion made tta 
new order a temporary one, good 
only until June 30 

Between now and then, the onm- 



su-inamM un. and a ball alary hnnia U» 
«i/ lyuHailr nUa condition run baaa 
ntenl Hai air haattng For raai value 
m today a mar*n aea UUa on# at 



U ’ANTED - HOMI WITH 
Not an eipaiiaiva atara 
aiinwy nr>»*<-y Harr •leflmta 
right pi art Ptuma Ur la 
Icy Realty Cn I M3S nr ayi 

U ’ANTBD — ih burnbldb anr* on 
onnoi for rath rJicnla. t - 4-roam 
bungalaw*. with nr wlthaat baacmrn'a 
Pnaafuinn and of January Pl'»»t eall Mr 
Thurnr'-or. O II 7». mm G till 



Cvnyariad daalllna wlMi aparunant 
•taiia ■ ••moating of two tyadroana ii 
doom. lli/ncn aiih t»»« (>• | > art|* 
room wllh aaparalc V»il#t (laaacd-ui 

K rrh and amply ttoiag* room in 
our ■ room apartment dowi-*l*lr» 
’laaamrnt auh not-air (urnarc C. 
trig u good Proparty tn< ludra 
■ Of frnrad and araHaol* « 
Upataira apartment vacant a 
aialy available Situated on J 
i-laaa to tranaportauon and 
arhool Frlrc 



one that 
it Inr (hr 
at Lang- 

It I I1W 



Request for a cost-of- Uving bonus 
for student veteran* to compen- 
sate for the decreased purchasing 
power nf the dollar alnce educe- 
tlonel grants were established at 
their present levels in 1044 »*.-> 

made at the third annual National 
Conference of Student Veteran* 
which concluded Monday at the 
aho*"*tu>p. I University of Toronto. 

The conference placed great ern- 



entployable dependent* and those 
who were elUier single or had their 
wive* working 

The University Legion delegation, 
representing U B C atudent vet- 
eran*. held that there ahould b* 
emphaau placed on the greater 
need of rrllef for married student* 
with unemployable dependent*. but 
many others. Including Maritime 
college* and the University of Tor- 



$4600 



ATTRACTIVE BRICK 

Bungalow 



Ncoil Hi real A 
te ail cleared. 
Clo*# to trana- 



il gia«a#d-in tunporcb Idul 
i p 1 # aitbing to avoid atep* 
i !o. *tlon 



$5500 



COMMERCIAL LOTS 



Pit ruom* and bath- 
Intarlnr in ypoilaaa 'in- 
all r#*t#r-nrau»t KH- 
rang* curtain*, llnot 
Inrludad 1MMKOIATB 



$8100 

SNACK BAR AND LIVING 
QUARTERS 



U ’ANTSD FOR CttBNTS IN FA«IFTFLD 
Carafortabl# older trim bomv. I bad 
room* aaaantlal Immvdla'a for 

CASH P'.eata eall MR THORN BLOB 
O «)■! 



$6500 

NEAR CENTRAL SCHOOL 



5«jjVJ n*r of Churrh and 
Siraal thai are toned for man 
rial mirpoer* *«jrh at garac* 
plumbing repair ahnp ate 



ANTED IN OAK BAY A « OR ft -ROOM 
Bunt aloe for a cash rltanl If you 



ruia building la of ti 



TED HAWKE5 & 



onto, insisted that no differentia- 
tion should be shown between single 
and married student*. 

The Hnml resolution inrnUnncd 
ihe nerd of 



of ths railways' plea for a perman- 
ent 30 per cent Increase In charge* 
and to decide what lh* long-term 
rate* should be 



married student veterans with un- 
employable dependenta. 

Don Lanskall. first vice-president 
of the University of British Colum- 
bia Legion branch, represented hi* 
university and the University of 
Aloerta 

Delegateb rxpresord grautude to, 
the Government for the educational 
rehabilitation scheme. 

It was stressed that the requested 
coat-of-livlng bonus was termed ‘a 
move to restoEe the value of the 
original grant made by the Gov- 
ernment ' 

Mam difference among delegate* 
ou the matter of the cost -of -living 
bonus centred around the question 
of difference in need between the 
married student veteran* with un- 



U * ANTED - * OR a-OtlfTB APART 

oivnl bouav stvlf-rontalned loltaa 
Ooaa In Cash * A** for Mr Jinti. i Mara 
Bata Realty 413 fort at B 7134 



111) PODOUI STREET 



PAGE & SNAPE 

1010 BROAD 81 



QUICK POSSESSION 

nvi ROOM* Pull pu 



’* WANT A 4 OR 3-ROOM BUNGALOW 
1 in tha lovrrr prlca bracket, not aver 
>00 PoM««*l<in by January I) No 
VI La. Bo* T9C7 Colonist 



$5500 



all student veterans 
but emphasized the special p*nU- 
lion of tho*e who had dependenta. 



ACREAGE FOR SALE 



Trap shooting began In the United 
State* In 1825 



WALKING DISTANCE 

01 X ROOMS thraa up and 
Null plumbing n*wly dtrerat 
aludaa kitchen 
ranee 



~ , ACM*. SAANICH. JUHT OrF MAIN 
4 high* a • inllda 4-mlla flrrlf dandy 
4-room Eullaev i-pt«ra B R , all new 
pl'iRHiInc and wiring Ptip «1 for quick 
tale »« )O 0 Owner Hoi 7»9 Colon I* L 



U ’ANTED MOUSE AND Ml 
three arrvw not over I 
(trough V L A I’hone E «*')* 



Motor Vehicle Lieenee Sale 
Continue I 



wllhoui ad< 
OOTXO 

AND A 

ecuosivt 



$5500 



BLEARS LIST YOUR CROP EH TIES 
D D McTAVIBH 

•01 Port Btrvwt Phona C »«14 



ACRES, r LEA RED AND Tt 
drained Subaiantial 1-ro-im hoi 
• nd wmtdehed 14 Iran tree- 
rltr Inr quick »*lr Phone K»»- 



SIDNEY DISTRICT 



8 « PROPERTY rOR KALE 



unease 



- A A‘ REM OP OOOB ORA1N LAND. 
)U all eultivatqd, in Alberta hw build- 
VIuai **11 within id day* Beat offer 
i III) Colonial 

ACRES NEAR COLWOOD. »«» EEL- 

mor.l tell 



CHICKEN RANCH Ovvr 
By* * erea wllh innat at- 
lr*e|>ve rml hungatnw 
Nl re garden, fruit ir»a» 
af'd «!•*» hOU*e Within 
V, mil* rirrla Oivid Iran*- 
perltllon Thlt pn*i*erty 
h*> beer redured for quick 



GORGE WATERS 



Conunued tncreuse In the num- 
ber of motor vehicle* In British 

Columbia la noted .In figures re- 
leased recently by the Motor 

Vehicle Branch. 

With 2.M7 pajuenger motor 

vehicle licence* bring i&aued In No- 

vember of thla year, little more than 
half that number was Issued in the 
corresponding month of 1W« 

Issue of commercial motor vehicle 
licences also r.howed a marked In- 
crease. 3 330 being issued In No- 
vember, IW7, and only 1,8V* In the 
.tame month in 1946 



Licence* issued for motorcycles 
In November of this year anyotmied 
to 93 compared with 51 in th* 
oorrespondlng month of 194* 

In the first 11 mnnlha of 194 T 
there were 123.373 pa.>0Pngrr motor 
vehicle licences burned, compared 
with 105 903 in the same period last 
year. Of this year's figure for the 
first 11 months 11067 were new 

registration*. 

Total number of drivrra’ licence* 
issued lo November this year Vsa 
244.743 In the aame period last year 
217.594 were Issued 



IVOR BALE THREE -QUART EK 8 Ai'RI 
* of baauiifully traed propvrtv on rldg- 
oyarlnokliig Elk t-aka Waiar laid an prop- 
vrty Phona foUjii i» M V 



I, 'OR MAlK-LEVEI. LOT. M X ITT. mu IT 
I lra«> naar all trariapuriaimn fin a 
dUtnct Nfaraat offar takaa O MM 



HERE S SOME REALLY 
FINE ACREAGE 
MAKE US AN OFFER 



KING 

Realty 



I OT Wlll33'- «1M CASH 
li > 1 * blorki from Bas, r 
pofiatinn and ahopping can 
Cwto nut 



PAIRTIELD 

M to Italia- 
r* Box 7765 



BUSINESS BLOCK 
FORT STREET 



ItKAII.V PI N I 
I l BIX ACRES 

Itarrirt and log* 
own uu ThU 
outbuilding* PI 

madia'* pnaaaaa] 
mada here 
Prlca 



GORGEBURNSIDE— $5250 

TODAY "B BKHT BUY Plva-room bunga- 
•«w I«?*ll*iii riindlllon throughout Eifra 
bedroom lo full cement baaatnant Pumare 
and garaae l arge Inr Tata* apprn* 440 



$6000 



i arrea cleare* lacd at Rotsy Potnl wn a 
aln mad IS mila* from Virion* Light 
id lelephuh* available Old houaa rth 
r>p*r<V Road around three aide* of par 
1 1 Salt whn'a nr any part dawn to tan 
•*• *• 1140 per acr* Ideal for iwrkay 
rtn ANY REASONABLE TERMS CON- 
DEHED Pull Dficw for 
* gfiflra propariy J J / Jv 



GILLESPIE. HART 



JOHN QUEEN WOOD 
1341 Broad St 



EW BUNGALOW -$ 



VERNON MARTIN & CO 



OTTAWA, Dec 30 C* - George 
iRnatleff r*f the External AfTalrs 
Department ha* been appointed 
chief advisor t Canadas perma- 
ment delegation to the United 
Nations in New York, a Govern- 
ment spokesman said today 
Mr IgnatlefT. who comes from 
Toronto, has been working with 
General A O. L. McNaughlon on 
the United Nations Atomic Energy 
Commission and wu a member of 
the Canadian delegation to the last 
United Nations Oeneral Assembly 
Other member* of Ihe perma- 
nent delegation are John Starnes 
of Montreal. Harry Carter of To- 
ronto. O K Grande of Montreal 
and 8 O Ijefebre of Ottawa 
These four are veterans of the 
World War *hn joined External 
AfToira on dmiobllleatlon 
The spokesman said the head of 
the delegation has rvot yet been 
appointed. 

Referring lo other Canadian mta- 
vlous o broad, the spokesman said 
'hat Canada may establish two or 
three more diplomatic posts in 
South America, one In Europe, one 
in Africa and also send a diplo- 
matic representative to Pakistan 
Opening of new consulate* in the 
United States 1* high on the 
priority list 

One or two may be established 
on the Pacific Coast, with Ran 
Francisco probably the first choice 
Seattle and other Northwest and 
West CoaH cities also are being 
considered 



COAL 

THE HEAT THAT CHEERS 
PHONE 



Mantiiar R*at DUI* Board of 



ASPHALT 

SHINGLES 



CO RUNG ALOW WITH 
Ptoons THROUGHOUT 
room with firtplar* Cab- 
F-aitibrxhv hath Two large. 

lha faaiurat nf a lovalv 
l#n< haaatnent furna** and 
VOID LOCATION WITHIN 



Mo 11)30 RIDNKY HPECIAt 
Q*ne> leaving for 4 <»ulh. •< 



$2250 



GOOD VALUE 



Pl»*«« rail Mr Read r* I m* i 



NOW AVAILABLE 
310-LB, THICK-RUTT and 
VEE-LOCK SHINGLES 
All Color* and Blend*. 



FINANCE 

CORPORATION 

i LOVATT 1 LTD 



TED HAWKE5 & CO 



•n »*ji> porch. p*m 

ootidi'.iOQ g*r 

••hftfiu, tvor M •« »«l irimooru 1 



$3250 



R H DAVIES REA1TY 



$4300 



EASY TERMS 



IDINAC ROOFING CO 

PHONE B 3776 



$4250 



riV* ACRES os 
h Road wuh or 
Culnr i*t 



$5750 



FOR QUICK SALE 



FARMS FOR SALE 



$8400 



$5500 



B*> K»ai! <'o«r bungalow 
«* rtwm* p1u> J-blar# bath 
Iry Ntr# llvlng-rvpm with 
Pull r*m*ni haaaniant 



ALBERTA EGG COAL 



WATERFRONT MOTEL SITE 
1280 CRAIGFLOWER ROAD 



ACRES 

Good 
Ira <->«r 



pruil itaw* 

Larga barn anr 
ti krhnnl VtrlMfl* 
:sn 000 board (art wi 



$6500 



$4600 



$6300 



CMOPPtD WOOD AND MILL WOOD 3 

80NI DRY SLABS CUT TO LINQTH 

920 

PANDORA 



THE BC LAND & 
INVESTMENT AGENCY 
LTD 



$7350 



FARMS WANTED 



ACME FUEL 



$8400 



VERNON MARTIN & CO 



0 OUP MANY FRIENDS 



THE BANKRUPTCY ACT 

In the Matter of the Bank- 
ruptcy of Joyce Wood 
Product! Ltd., Showni- 
gan Lake, B.C., Debtor 



TEND T ME COMPLIMENTS 



or the Reason and 



Afill 



GOOD COSY BUNGALOW 
PARKDALE $5^50 



WALKING DISTANCE 



DRYLAND FIR MILLWOOD 



HAGAR & S^AYNE 
LTD 



and *uundly 
WTUCCO horn* 



BC hi *d|U4ct<1 bankrupt an tha 3nd 
tif Dortmbrr. A U 1*47 and that th# 
flrwr B*atln| «f -radUura will b# held en 
Wadnaaday, January 7th. 1»4« at th# hour 
of 14 II In th# furvnoon. at tha Court 
Houaa In tha City nf Victoria. BC 
To voi* thartui proof* of claim* ih4 
ptmln mutt ba Bird with tu pnur tharato 
Ttm*a having riaim* again*' 'ha aaiatv 
mu at file th* uRii with tha C'Uthdtan or 
lha Trut*aa whan ao:»ilnt*d hafor# dl» 
irtbutlon Ii mad* rtharuia* 'ha proeaada 
nr tha ratal* will b# dlatriPutad among thg 
panic* anttlled thrrata without record Hi 



NEW YEAR SPECIALS 
IN COUNTRY HOMES 

BRENTWOOD DISTRICT 



rtlficd motion*!)!* hot 
Hvii.g-rnnm with fir*ni* 
hadronm* hathrnntn gl 
front and raar< full 
with ttlOVUTIC OA 



NEVER IN WATER 
* C • r »° PER CORD 
** IN » OR 2-CORD LOTS 

i hi* W**d |( Band Oradad ta luawrv Y*a al *, 
|i»Y Kiunnwo *41.75 p*» < »rd 
Kailaaia an* Cwwrtwawa Sorvlwa 



There yrere 38 buffalo In Yugo 
ala via In 1939 



F.njoy reading the latest book* 

from our library In Victoria It a tlie 
Marionette for better reading Ask 
for otir new book list The Marionette 
Library 



Adlnlnli g land rah »>• m>" 
tdcal pUra fur ■ r#tir*d 
thl* radurad ortra la a 
propoaiuon 



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$7250 



•vim-bungaL-iw of aura 
fivr airrt nl good toll 
with firapiar* dtnlng-rr 
room And fits# 
thraa hedrnedna ttp*i.alrt 
r|it r in |# itnrpa And 
hdriBtttio fp*iu»*F 

CO 



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SECLUDED. PICTURESQUE 
LOCATION— $11 000 



$6300 



$7900 



David B Caird. Registered Chirop- 
odist. Foot ailments painlessly cor- 
rected; short-wave; massage; in- 
dividually built support*. 723 Fort 
Street Beacon 3732 



]odepejn$|ent Insurance 
Agencies. Ltnl 

•aa PORT HTHirrT OarSan 1*41 



Nn 434 

ThU V>»#'» a'tradl*# h 
tlvtng-rimm with flr#pl*<-a 
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tlmwar on* targa and otv 
«*»*ll*d th'O'igtinut >' 
HOT WATRK MR AT qUIH 
gtrata wl'l dilat and • 
nna diilkhad hatpa-mt *a 

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EVANS, COLEMAN & JOHNSON 

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Afternoon Teas served by appoint- 
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charming aimoapher* of Cherry 
Bank Hotel. For reservations phone 
O 0166 



$8000 



VmiouiKTmcnts 



WANTED TO BUY-tHOUhE* 



NORTH 5AANICH 

Wllhla walking diaianra of Nidrtty A 
•tureq hom* with thraa arraa of land 
(lood-ilgad living-room wllh flraplara 
dlnalta adjtlnlnt Cabin** kitchra *sii 
thraa bad room* Four-|il*'* bathrpnm Thi* 
liorna la of raaant rorutmrtlDD and ha< 
all th* modtm raatura* Tht* CTTCfl 
rannn* b* dupllcatad *t only 3> / jDvJ 



Halt Age CwlleeOwoc The fialvatton 
Army will pick up from your door 
salvage of all kinds Used clothing 
ihoes. furniture, your rag*. House- 
hold mattreasea carpet*, rug*, car- 
ion bntaa, newxpapenu msgaHnea 
rendered faU. botUea When you 
give to the Army It U to help othere 
Phone G 7611 



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\ f lAR ULO STUCCO HOMI AT 1.EJW 
• ' than pr«**n| •"nrraoior'i eoat Four 
larg* rootru, wllh utlillf and furnat# raom 
It • <ha m»d*rn plan Ownar mill aall and 
lea** and lata you In for II Me d<rwn and 
Nlaar* ol 43.304 on aaay i»rmi Why p*» 
W>rwT Call at MJg Frtnr dtraat 



$4300 



Dr. k. K Cranston, veterinary 
surgeon, wishes to announce that he 
U now practising st 1271 Union 
Street until completion of hnapltal 
at 2994 Douglas Street Phone O 1751 



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nsoimo floor- rKMnmroH ni.no 
ioo« broad rrmirr fnoni orias 



Celebrate New Year'i Ev# at 
Lnugheed * Banquet duo. 1408 
Douglas Street, 9 pm Tastiest 
supper and dancing 110 couple 

t 0933 of O 4479. 



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Night Minna Kaanng I 1 Q 



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The Maple Inn at Maple Bay. six 

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lalarul a favorite all-year-mund re- 
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dinner* Charming atmosphere, 
every convenience, steam healed, 
dehrioun meals Telephone Duncan 



CALI AT ewvWKRTuN I WtU. UU 



ly raaipi*<ad Ngw (tv* 

mgalnw Full baaamant 
lureara and gar*g« 
I, donri bitiig and «he*t 
'or Oyprue wfiieb l» on 
all «lh«: ma'artala on 



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hom* Utung* *ppr*cla<Ml; ant 
•IS Fort #rr*»i o (13* 



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HOMI WANTWD WITH 
amant Na awwnt* lot 



New Year ■ l.r* Dance. II. at th* 

C CP Hall. 857 Pandora Avenue 
A few ticket* - left at 648 Yates 
8treet. or phone O 3134 



SELKIRK FUEL E3914 



SIX ACRES AND 
NICE* HOME 



$8750 



pr lata 

manahlp 
n 'aate 



Y FttimUARY 1 ST a 

1 rni.m mndam bungalai 
) «*rig» up to »T V» 



An *ttractl**ly •itoalad prniiarty 
Bhawntgan nf •!« a-ra*. at [>r>->a'it 
far raaiiltntlal iiurpoui but could ba 
»rl 3 p*d a> a fruit and ttrw-k I a rm 
houa* itand* nn raiaad grnur.it, a niffti 
dlatanca from tha highway •« 

•tpn It conaUtt of a 1*j 
llatng-rnom titrhan m<! mr.m 
rnnm nn th# main floor T * r 
• lad fnnma upaiair* (l.v c • 
and mealy laid out garden « 

•hruln* and a »*r'*ty nl frull* 

Ing* Include rnw aed horM ba 
hnuae workahop and garag- 
ai'prnrunatelv ona-half mi'< 
nf alllaga and rontanlarillr 
•llnatad to Mill Baa 



$5500 



T. Roblnsnn A Nona. Century 
Art* Shop, dealers in antique fur- 
nil ure and silver, are moving on 
December 31 from ihe rorner nf 
Government ‘and Yates Streets to 
1024 Port Street, between Vanrru- 
ter and Cook New telephone 
number, t; 2822. 



"l-land Trail*.- delightful. artUUc 
glft, dearriptlve of Victoria and 
Vancouver Island At bookseller*. 
50c 



KHR FROM TH* SuHTU COUNTRY 

and want in buy a V'«na Unit ha 
4 vatu*, not "war lid 400 R ’i tHt 



>*rTOUIA W«RT Naai 
nwa and two plara hi 
■ araga partial Sa'«tm 
annua t Ki'allti" ror 
Imuatad About thraa 
hand A warm and rnm' 
In high, qatat loaa'lnn 
grwvt alaw VACANT 



GOOD MIXERS 



POR NEW YEAR S 
EVE PARTIES 



AYR YOU A 4 TO 1-ttOOU HOMI. 

batwaan |A Oftd and 17 40" Hay# 
nt walling Bhiar.* Mr Rnl'lrt. O 4M1 



A apodal N*w Year’* dinner will 

be served at Holley* Cate on Janu- 
ary 1 For reaervatlons please phone 
G2143 



LAKE HILL DISTRICT 
$72ooitr;yt,;; , T i rwM. M «;^ 



$4300 



and W« 

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V HAVE THRF.K FOUR OH FTVg- 

n lawngalnw ihai jr rti yr# willing in 

404 ta 43 OOP r»«h baiaara nn good 
r payment*. I hay* rllaol waiting 
r«n«*r4 Mr Arifia'rnng F W Unnr# 
Minna RTMI. Bvynlnga, 0 747* 



nQ'tlMALT Naar Umi> ann Siraai A< 
Irarllta 4 rymnl wriit# !»*"•# *•->*.’.*#* ) 

plara ba'hroayn outalda g***ga *nd wnaid 
yhad taiga lor ful'» d*ta'..->ad Thu '• 
a really naa* ll'tla h"i>» In apirk and 
•pan randltl"! ftfa lot alao full* •• 
vylapad wllh frail 'r»a» atr rnald ha 
bnught aaparatrly JO day# pnamea.ion 

ST m $4800 



h full ramani kauini 
Oak floor* In Hying 
and halt In pyrfa 



The Commanding Officer and offi- 
cers of R C A F atAtlon. Patricia 
Bay. and the pre-.»d-nl and mem- 
ber* of the Air Force Officer*' As- 
sociation. will be at home to their 
friends from 10 to 11 im Thursday. 
January 1. 1948. at Macaulay Camp 



S5750 



A Salvage < ailleetlon for Oak Bay. 

Shoal Bay. Upland* We collect rag*, 
papers, household mattreasea and all 
kind* of bottles Phone E34I3. 



IF TOU ARF t XA VINO CITY ANP 
' * • I I rnon bungalow Oak War 

> airfield will pay rath Ur prtra fair Rat 
•C M. Ca l cnlat 

IN OAK BAY —• OR • - ROOM HOURS 
wa'arfrnnt ar •»• *t#» Under III (MS 

Nng 31 Ik. Cnlnnlst 



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JJMITED 

* 0 * OOVFRNMFWT inm oil 



Heater Wflklnsnn tends greeting* 
and best wishes to you all The 
studio will be closed until January 5. 



New l-ronaw radar aid 
man! tuba garage 
NAC 8 Me#* fight ' 
n«Olfy far cWru»ma* 



Mav-Age, General. Facial, colonic 
irrigutinna reducing. clcctrlrau 
treatmenu. dice Registered «taff 
EstellV M Keiley 612 View Btrwit 
501 Union Building E9I21 E 0630 



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1 *n« **?• Cntonlat 



Kinder gsrlen. children aged 2 to 
5 rearpvn* Monday. January 5 
MU* Moore I486 Fort E 1642 



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Machinery and All Farm Equipment 
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Uwnau with hot-air fnmaoa and la and i 

'ryyy Attaahod gartg* In a 0 - 7 / r, 
(«M and ptoa»an( dlatrV-t FTk» i ' OJ 1 
•vynlnpi Mr* Btryttan. >1 nil 



HOURS OF FOUR ROOM AMD HATH ON 
C KX>t> OARDKX LOT rLORS TO NIPNST 
I M MIDI ATS FOHH SM OW t aTCA 
FRICS $4 /DU 

SPARLING AT SIDNEY 

ENT ATS AcISNT NOTARY rUSUC 



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$4600 



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WISH ALL THEIR CLIENTS 
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A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS 
NEW YEAR 



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■VIST. VICTORIA. BC 



WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 31, w; 



ancouver Island New 



Proclaim Holiday 
For Port Albcrni 

PORT ALBERNI Dec 10- I *rtdag 
li** been iwrelaimed a civ if holiday. 
The action «u Uhen by the Poet 
Albeml City Council on a roqueat re- 
ceived from local banka 



NANAIMO. Da 10 - Nanaimo 
DUirv-t •card ol School Trustees 
announced today that pUns had 
o»en approved for the construction 
of one ol Nanaimo's three new 
•ctoool buildings for which noary 
by-law« were passed three yean 
*W°. but which have been held up 



TO AVOID COLDS 



coet of labor. 



cuange oi Clothing be kept around 
the office or the factory where you 
work, making it poaalble to change 
ip to dry clothing If you get wet on 
your way to work. 



Work la to be started next month 
on a building to be located on the 
North Ward school alte. It will have 
a frontage of 144 feet and a depth 
of 55 feet, and will be ready to 
occupy by July 15. The coat 1* ex- 
pected to be 155.000 



^ hntorium 



ro* n*Fft t>wv 

C1PANH4C MSO 
cirrm oni** 
r “e**i *»»»» 



Weather Forecasts 



Police at Duncan Hold 
Two on Robbery Charm 

DUNCAN. Dec. 30 — Provincial 'hi* home 



tag the year, and 36 cancellation: 
(Total number ol licence* In effee 
U 411. 



East Coast of Vancouver Inland 

Overcast with acattered shower*, 
cloudy by evening Wind* aouth- 
easterly 35 mph, decreasing to 
southeasterly 15 mph. Little 
change In temperature, 

West Coast of Vancouver Island 1 

Overcast with scattered showers 
Wind* southeasterly 20 mph. 
Little change in temperature 



end assaulted him with 

— -UIU /VIUOIO y, Uf 

Joseph of Duncan, and a Juvenile 

on charge* of robbery with violence Pr ' ,lc '‘ *“0 investigated a report 
The charge* resulted from a report finra premo 8ingh that he was 
by Chew Debb of Kokallah. that he robb ^ d ot *boul «90 and hi* watch 

by five men who entered hla home 



had been beaten in hla home and 

robbed or two buttlw. of liquor and “ Pmld1 ’ wwl of °unc»n. last Frl- 
|7. He said htx attacker* broke Into ,****' 

A tlilrd robbery with violence in 
the Duncan area wax reported by 
Ooljara 6lngh of Cowlchan lake 
He aald two men held him up and 



Fast Rites Friday 

NANAIMO. Dec 30— Mrs Bert 



nanaimo IIos| 
Boosts Its Rat 



— * C Oi»»rnm*n! Tr*»tJ Buraau rhoiu 

ADE ON NOOTKA SOUND 
otka Bound -|I7M almost led to war which t u 
naa Cook In avoided by the Nootka convention. 
,7rt *' B P»ln 17*0 Vancouver and Quadra met 
hlUhed and here In August. 17*2 to determine 
until 1705 the land to be restored under that 
*twa*U In convention ’* 



Store Hour*: 9:30 A M to 12:30 P.M 

Charge Purchase* Made Today Go on January 
Account*. Payable February 10 

Substandard Lingerie 

Slightly imperfect panl.es and al.ps by . well-hnowa mam 
lurer. See them . . , aeleii several! 



NANAIMO. Dec. 30 — The board f Jlifi fit />/>/ 
of directors of Nanaimo Htwplta. ^ f 1 

J today announced that ratea for hoa- COLWOOD, Dec 30 — First 1*47 
pitnl care had been raised. The , fnm,n * ot Colwood Community 
lnrrea.se for semi-private and prl-. c,ub be held In Colwood Com- 
vate rooms will be II per day. New munlty Hall at I pm. Monday 
rates were necessary because of the Chairmen of the way* and means. 

, Increased cost of operation, board nnanc <- boy*’ and girls’ and social 
member* explained. committee* will be appointed. 6 

iM. Vallls. club president, announced 
that a motion picture on tuber- 
culoid* would be shown, and hoped 
that member* and resident* would ' 
attend. In view of the forthcoming 1 
visit of the mobile X-ray unit. 



I*rain#*« Committee 
AftMiftting Veteran* 

P ORT ALBERNI, Dec 10- 
The continued value ot the 
local advisory committee on 
veterans’ affair* waa empha- 
sised by Major 8 H, Okell. 
Department of Veteran*’ Af- 
fair*. Victoria. In a letter read 
at the closing meeting of the 
I ®47 city council here Vet- 
erans were now largely on 
their own. and needed guid- 
ance and assistance from time 
to time, Major Okell com- 
mented. 



Beautifully tut Kay 

Made to hf smoothly! Imperls 
harm the wearing qualities \\ 

WIDE LEG PANTIES 

1'jnnly km. ra«un in 

pintr or white Small, medium 

■ nr! large sire*. a on 

I'rh erf at 1.U9 



Tiny Mwarliir Baity 
K#**ent* New Drew** 

M ESACHTE t AKE. Dec *0 
— Grace Maureen Mar- 
garet floderman, daughter of 
Mr and Mrs. Albert 8oder- 
man, now weigh* six pound* 
four minces, a gain of five 
pound* alnce her birth on 
August 21. Her parents hope 
to bring her home from Dun- 
can hospital aomeUme m 
January. Her mother has not 
held her daughter yet. Doli- 
Slfed hand-knitted drraaes 
were fitted on the tiny baby 
at Christmas by the nurses, 
which the infant resented very 
much, and stopped crying only 
when put back in her hospital 
garb 



n» so slight the- wr-n't O ni 
only, tiff. I/, r n 4J £•«// 

CUFF PANTIES 

'Mtipe.l uion knit in pink nr 
wiiMr Small, medium * a a 
and Ijrgr titth I ■ 1 J 

Lingerie, Second Floor 



I he world rn 



enema of um- 
* •*»«! celluloae in all Its 
increasing. A continued 
of the people in support 

f conservation •» of vast 



ME3ACHIE LAKE, Dec 10 - Re- 
sident* of Mesachle Lake gatliered 
in the new Community Hall for a 
party and dance At the piano war 
Mr*. Jack Dorwood David Donrood 
played the violin, and Lloyd Lund- 
qulst of Youbou played the aaxo-| 
phone. Ernest Peacock relieved at I 
the piano 



Hta wcwld survey, he said. lndl- 
rau*d that the fnrnia from which 

“ n * 1 cellulose earn* ware being ee- 
rtoualy depleted, which made the 



Hobl l.oltcood Party 

COLWOOD. Dec. 30 



Bank to Purchase 
Port Debentures 

PORT ALBERNI, Dec 30 -A ten- 
der of the Bank of Montreal of 
• 104 7* Tor Port Albeml dty deben- 
ture* totalling 113 41* was accepted 
by the City Council. The Bank 
of Commerce tendered 9100 55. and 



New dark tluflei with di 
• nd won't detract from tl 
double pairs fnr real eeoni 



:ts that are hardly noticeable 
wearing qua lit.es Chooae ia 



Herbert stated that a serious 
r waa adversely af- 

tg trad* between Canada and 
»ii» The two countries had 
•I products that could and 
d be irgged u> mutual ad- 



M ember* of 
<"olwood A YJ.A, attended a Christ - 
1 mas dinner party In Colwood Com- , 
'munity Hall Monday night. Rev 'i 
H J. Janes and Mn. Jones supplied | 
a turkey and prepared a table 1 
decorated with holly leave* and I 



issue ov Licences 

PORT ALBERNI Dec 30 -A re- 
port of the city licence inspector 
showed 50 new licences Issued dur- 



•ery, Street Floor 



■CHENILLE FLOWERS 



ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS 

K..»r . r>,.gwno«|, Clark.* . 
•IrverL marie re* | lookini 



ne felt th» world must find a 
*■ 40*100 to the currency problem If 
• mid trade was to continue ‘Trad# 
be’wern our countries will be great- 
m. I am aura, as soon as rlreum 
**" ba aaawrted 

•*P**’ted to aee an Inrraws* 
In the number of vtaltora and tmml- 
fiwnt* from Australia to Canada 
•‘r Herbert ha* seen a tour 
°»rr*eas supply of pulp , 

ZZ y ‘°° tnbr * W’ftwoort 
_ •nd has vi *1 led Norway 



Association Plans 
To Buy Projector 

•TiOKK. Oac M - *,«*. , Xl 



direct Plonr 



Burglary Charge 
l-aid at Nanaimo 

NANAIMO. Dec 10 — Charged 
with breaking and entering. Bamuel i 
Edgar and J. R Smith were re * 
manded for one week in police court 
today A quantity of goods allegedly 
stolen from Bowman's Store. Brech- 
in. was found In a Ash boat in 
which the two men were living. 



P .K. Mothproof Wool 

Maitland s 3-ply for bessy outdor 
Red onlv. approx. 4-ot skeins Re; 



Gets Prison Term 

NANAIMO. Dec *0- William A. 
White, charged with passing worth- 
lens cheque*, received a four-month 
prison sentence !n police court to- 
d«y He waa convicted on three 



Wools, Third Floor 



YOUR DREAM HOUSE 

• an* T rwomi an-i baihrwita. rm r*adr la bulls aiacaa am 
bluvartnia and inatnicUona and hardvara 

A. H. JACKSON 



aetlea in short length* awful for rrrr- 
«. etc Large acterf inn to fhnrise from. 

Draperief. Fourth Floor 

ina Depart men I 



Render Carols 

LAKE COWICHAN, Dec 30— A 
special carol service was held in 



CAMPBELL RIVER Dec W - 
»r creating * public disturbance 
*« Bsturday night. Henry Naknakln 
»• fined f» and mat* by Magi.trat* 
L Haig Brown In Campbell River 



Tall Frosled Zombie (,1a 

Regular 29c each. 

Special Today. 

3-Pirc# Pyrca Bowl aq< 

Bet*, regular 1 40 af af 

Diamond Preaa Tumblers, 9 
os sire regular r CAd 
I Or each w f f , r J|f 

Apple Cookie Jar*. »• 4 nr 
regular*, reg .10^ for ba J J 



Sunday evening, with member* of 
( the Junior and Bcnlor Girls' choir* 
'in attendance. 

Appropriate Christmas hymns were 
«ung. and Laurlne MacLeod tang a 
»lo "O Holy Night" The choir 
rendered the hymn “O Infant Holy ’ 

Mr* J r. T. flaywell told the 
ChrUtmaa story with the aid of 
Illustrations 



5 , , 1.00 

32- Piece English 8«ni- Por- 
celain Breakfast Seta, floral 

pattern Regular o nr 

o.9*> 

Chin*. Third Floor 



UFFS UkK THAT 



relative* In British Columbia 



By Fred Neher 



Arms for Chino 
Still Ottmca Plan 

°TTAWA. Dec, 30 CF> —Canada 
'•** not canceled arrangements fnr 
•htpptng Canadian surplua war ma- 
terial* to China, a government 
'pokesmon said today 

explained 0\at cancellation of 
the voyage of the Pakistan ship 
Colima from Vancouver to China 
with a cargo of military equipment 
had been drme by the Chinese 
Th# reason was the high insur- 
ance rales placed by a mercantile 
insurance rompany on the ship He 
the cargo probably wfl| be 
Uwnaf erred to another ship 



in HoiisfHarrft 



HARD. HOT.* CLEAN 
NO SOOT 

From Dmmhcller, Alta 
ALSO 

TULAMEEN AND TAB^R 

EGG 

“A Ton in Your Bin" Is Worth 
Two in the Mine*" 

Victoria Wood I Cosl 

CO, LTD. 

209 Pemberton Bldg. O 2441 



Homes* Tray*, hght alder and 
h'^w ^ car’s party. Centre for f 

Tea Ksttlaa, all-cast alumi 
mum in J-quart *»«. fjnick 
heating, holds heat, 7 CA • 
Regular J? V) for /.Oil 

Ms jest k Electric Heater*, tall 
portable style, ernnnmirsl tr. 
»«c. heat* quickly to nr 

Special 1J.90 



Electric Toasters 



Poll- Length Mirroea. to At f n 
clothes rloset d nr h a ||» 
way. 14 a 4k inrhga, frames 



House wares. Third Floor 



TURKEYS — All Weight 



NOTICE 

City of Victoru W.ter Bill, may b, p,id ot 
Saturday. McC.ll-D.vey Drug Store, comei 
DoueU* and Pandora. 

G. M. IRWIN, > 

, Witer Commissioner. 



Tbi« Morning, 
Special, per lb. 



Meat*. Lower Main Floor 



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YEAR 

1947 

NOV — DEC